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Chapter 4 Notes

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Michael McDonald
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Intro to Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology
Dr. Bridget Hayden

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Intro to Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology
Dr. Bridget Hayden
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Date Created: 09/11/15
Anthropology Chapter 4 0 Kwakiutl Cosmology 0 Food and hunger as key metaphors to understand morality I Symbolic Action 0 Ritual and Myth I Both present core beliefstruth about society to us symbolic statements I Ritual 393 Patterned forms of behavior that enact key beliefs I Myth most true 393 A narrative that represents key meanings or truths about a society a Ultimate sacred truths 0 Changing and maintaining belief O Interpretive Drift I Intellectual changes I Practice DBeliefs I Eg Luhrnmann 393 Witchcraft Participant Observation 393 Daily Visualization Practice 393 Woke up and saw 6 druids at her Window 0 Maintaining Belief I Even When there is evidence to the contrary I Secondary Elaboration 393 Raionalization 393 Divination was performed incorrectly I Selective Perception 393 We see What confirms our belief or interests us and screen the rest 393 The sun DOES rise and set 393 When a substance is found in an Azande Witch it proves it 393 CONFIRMATION BIAS O Suppressing Evidence I Accusation of Heresy O Cargo Cults I Micronesia and Melanesia I Begin 19th c WWI WWII I Logic of the practices


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