Anthropology 122S Week 6
Anthropology 122S Week 6 ANTY 122S - 01
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Date Created: 10/12/16
RACE AND MINORITES: WEEK 6 10/5/2016 Extermination o Ethnocide Biological continuation with efforts to eliminate ethnic uniqueness o Genocide Biological elimination Expulsion o Those in power ma force a group to vacate an area and relocate somewhere else Segregation o Physical separation o Alienation Fusion (ethno-genesis) o Biological ulmagation o Cultural almagation First ethnic group: Native North America o Socially diverse City states to hunter gatherers 800-1200 native societies 400-800 languages 18-27 million people o Europeans had certain images of Native Peoples o Depopulation As people go by the wayside so does diversity Discovery of Natives led to the perplexity of: o Were they humans? o Led to assumptions that were made by Spaniards that natives were: Barbaric They lacked reason Were sunk in vice Were incapable of learning Were physically different They were inferior and defective members of the human species: bestias (beasts) English colonists knew that natives were…when they arrived in North America: o Nomadic o Had no conception of private property o Were naturally lazy Didn’t make good slaves o Lacked a knowledge of God o 2 solutions Extermination isolation
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