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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Vivienne Schimmel on Saturday September 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ANTH 4075 at University of Georgia taught by Tucker in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 41 views. For similar materials see /class/202335/anth-4075-university-of-georgia in anthropology, evolution, sphr at University of Georgia.

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Date Created: 09/12/15
03 Anth 4075 Economic Dr Bram Tucker 6 Fall 2013 V UniversitV of Georgia X Study Guide First Exciting Examination Opportunity Reminder that your hardworking teaehirtg assistant Rieh Oil 715 will ianelmt a review session the night hgrare the exam M Mela 76 X at 6 m in room 264 This ware5 hext you have alreaab studied hefarehanal Eormalism vs substantivism The deep question ofvalue comrnensurability incomrnensurability equivalence What most classical economists thought the answer was to the deep question ofvalue What Jeremy Bentham and the Utilitarians thought the answer was to the deep question ofvalue Marginal utility How marginal utility may explain hunterrgatherer food sharing Xlinterhalder 1996 How marginal utility may explain risk preference Kuznar 2001 How the marginal utility of carbohydrates versus protein and fat veggies versus meat may explain hunterigatherer prey choice Hill 1988 Indifference curves budget constraints and the marginal rate of substitution Perfect substitutescomplement curves Pascal s wager and expected value Bernoulli and expected utility Mauss39s three obligations Mauss39s theory ofvalue Total Prestation Taonga have Hau How do Vaygu39a soulava mwali get their value Kula vs gimwali Potlatch Polanyi39s three economies Reciprocity Redistribution Formalism Sahlins39s quotScheme of reciprocitiesquot generalized reciprocity balanced reciprocity negative reciprocity Kinship distance explains the morality of exchange Kinship distance explains the morality of exchange among Nuer of Sudan Things you keep things you sell things you give alienation alienability Xeiner The four functions ofmoney Weregeld Grierson Special use monies versus general use money Myth ofbarter economy Graeber Coincidence ofwants Theories ofmoney origin and value Standard ofvalue Medium of exchange Mode ofpayment Social control IOU Sumerian Shekels Carolingian money Marx39s labor theory ofvalue Human labor in the abstract socially necessary labor In capitalism how can a boss make profits Surplus Commodity fetishism and alienation


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