ANT 111, Week 3 Notes
ANT 111, Week 3 Notes ANT 111 - M001
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Christina Ambalavanar on Thursday September 15, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to ANT 111 - M001 at Syracuse University taught by M. Schwarz in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 44 views.
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Date Created: 09/15/16
Race Race is not biological Race becomes biology Race has real-world social, political, and economic influences Race is a social construct Scientific Racism When one group arbitrarily lumps another group of people together based on various physical features In a social reality, it has real-world consequences The others were everything Europeans weren’t Black power/civil rights in the 1970’s influenced the remake of King Kong Culture Enculturation: the gradual acquisition of the characteristics and norms of a culture or group by a person, another culture, etc. o Table manners o Learning a language o How to properly sit o What to wear Taboo: something proscribed by society as improper or unacceptable Two main aspects of culture: o Cultural relativism: an individual’s beliefs and activities should be understood by others in terms of their own culture Absolute cultural relativism: one can never question what goes on in a society Critical cultural relativism: considers the internal struggles over values and practices within a society o Ethnocentrism: evaluation of other cultures according to preconceptions originating in the standards and customs of one’s own culture Who you are within a society determines what you know Cultures are not static, they interact and change [Cultural] Globalization: change from the local level to the global level o People thought globalization meant Americanization o They thought American fast-food would overtake world food Localization: adapting a product to a specific locale or market o Cultures accept what they want to but still make it their own Class: ordering a society in which people are divided into sets based on perceived social or economic status How do people demonstrate their wealth? o House size o Car type o Wardrobe o Education and how well-spoken you are
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