Ant. Notes - Week 3
Ant. Notes - Week 3 ANT 1001
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Date Created: 03/06/16
Anthropology 1001 - Week 3 Important key terms: Ascribe- attribute something to (a cause) Intrusive- causing disruption or annoyance through being unwelcome or uninvited Subjectivity- how someone’s judgment is shaped by personal opinions and feelings instead of outside influences Stratification- a system or formation of layers, classes, or categories Cline- the incremental changes of human phenotypes when going from south to north and vise versa. Agency - how is this tied to power? Human Diversity (cline) Social Constructs an idea society creates that categorizes & ranks people: social organization Constructs of race in the U.S./ everywhere Constructions of race in the U.S./ everywhere Social Construction <-> Subject Identity -close feelings of identification with (or against) social constructs ^^^How do these overlap? ^^^ Through “lived experiences” Hegemonic idea- a really powerful idea, dominant idea RACE Race is a framework of categories Socially constructed/imagined system of classification System of thinking, mental maps, shapes institutions, stratification Post-Colonial Ideologies of Race 1. Dominican Republic (1821,1844) & Haiti (1804) a. Different colonial histories 2. Brazil (1822) a. Racial democracy 3. Malaysia (1957) a. Colonial constructs b. Post- colonial identities c. Race = ethnicity & religion