ANT 304 Class Lecture Week 7
ANT 304 Class Lecture Week 7 ANT 304
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Date Created: 10/03/16
Class Lecture Week 7 10/03 political organization cont. sanction ARE NOT laws sanctions are in all societies disputes argue a compromise negotiation/ mediation: mutual and satisfactory agreement no outside party sometimes in bands/ tribes a 3 party involved but has no power in chiefdoms/ states a 3 party is picked adjudication: a binding issued decision obligated to follow that decision execution of war = responsibility of state in decentralized pol. systems, war is NOT a method to relive pop. pressure or other conflicts farming & pastoral pop. have war most common/ prominent states are ever expanding rarely fight for food & water fighting for power & influence brings questions of legitimacy in decentralized systems everyone makes decisions loyalty as system becomes more complex > like sates coercion for social control extreme ex. police states short lived legitimacy: right for pol. leaders to rule based on what is believed to be important form of support for pol. system can’t separate religion from laws acts believed to be sinful are illegal belief in supernatural reflected in gov’t ex. Aztec ex. “In God We Trust” on currency Case Study: TaP’enK’eng (SE China Coast) Neolithic revolution: plants & animals domestication slow process (1000s of years) early Chinese legend’s greats hero = Shen Nung inventor of agriculture cultivated plants & made pottery wooden agriculture instituted marker @ noon redistribution ppl rested @ ease, cared for mothers (but not for fathers), lived w/ deer, wore what they wove hunting became insufficient b/c can’t feed everyone > domestication from eating animals > cultivating plants domesticated = independently done in China st 1 & greatest herbalist tasted 100 diff. grasses died b/c of deadly grass different mechanism imply independent process/ invention ex. foxtail, millet, taro, yam in China TaP’enK’eng has cord marked pottery decorative design fragile heavy thick, grainy creamy to dark brown shades body of vessel cordmarked but not rim implies very little motility horticulture 1 as gardens area that is permanently humid marine resource river, lagoon, coast progressive fisherman there long enough to make observation about how to plant things watch how animals eat to eat similar things
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