ANT 010 ANT 10
Kutztown University of Pennsylvania
Popular in Cultural Anthropology
Popular in anthropology, evolution, sphr
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A. Expressive Culture and Aesthetics Reflect Broader Culture (Cont.) a. Motif i. Recurring pattern or theme in art ii. Rags to riches in story telling (Cinderella) iii. Hero fighting powerful 1. Rambo, Bart Simpson, Dirty Harry, Spiderman, loner fights against authority iv. Artistic patterns 1. Impressionism 2. Abstract 3. Designs in pottery, wearing New Chapter A. Dynamics of change a. European expansion i. 1502 and after ii. Colonialism iii. Economic and political influence iv. Present-day globalization b. Cultural context of change i. Change must have some fit with cultural system ii. Cultural integration 1. Change one thing, change everything; change technology, change everything 2. Individuals less important than cultural factors in shaping changes c. Rate of changes i. Younger man know more than elder 1. Technology change so rapidly that younger learn before elders B. World System Theory Immanuel Wallenstein a. Neo – Marxist i. Rich exploit poor ii. Bourgeois exploit proletariat (owner exploit workers) iii. Marx saw this within a nation, Wallenstein says this is now a global relationship b. Critical of powerful nations and capitalism c. Rich exploit poor in global system d. Structural violence i. Rich nations profit, poor suffer in unhealthy work conditions, fewer resources e. Origins i. Colonialism and trade 1. Slaves, sugar, guns f. World system g. Core i. Wealthy nations, West h. Periphery i. Poor, provide resources and cheap labor i. Semi-Periphery i. In between, wealthy but not dominant 1. Oil producing nations j. Cheap resources in other countries i. Expectation of resources and labor C. Stratification a. Marx i. Technology and social relations ii. Bourgeois (wealthy owners vs. proletariat (poor workers)) b. Weber i. Stratification is complex; power prestige, wealth ii. Ideology shaped capitalism c. Colonialism i. Domination of people by foreign power, annexing administrative and economic functions – become the rulers, claims sovereignty d. Imperialism i. Policy to dominate; may not directly control administration D. Present-day a. Post-colonial i. New period in which colonies are independent ii. Also interpret their own history rather than colonial powers b. Post socialist i. Fall of Soviet Union c. Neoliberal i. Expansion of market system globally ii. Many anthropologist think this is a disadvantage for indigenous people and poorer countries
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