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CDAE 002: Week 7

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CDAE 002: Week 7 CDAE 002

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These notes cover capitalism and the creation of the nation state.
World Food, Population and Development
Dr. Shoshanah Inwood
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Molly Skrable on Friday March 18, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to CDAE 002 at University of Vermont taught by Dr. Shoshanah Inwood in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see World Food, Population and Development in Human Development at University of Vermont.


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Date Created: 03/18/16
World, Food, Population, and Sustainable Development Week 7 (Post Spring Break) Colonialism and Plantation Agriculture (Continued) Colonialism’s Lasting Impacts on Indigenous Peoples - Colonialism: the policy and practice of a power extending control over weaker peoples or areas - EXAMPLE: Industrial Revolution o 1900s, developed spheres of domination, was fueled by: nationalism, racism…economic competition was turned into a political and military conflict o Everyone who was colonizing wanted Africa for its natural resources  Known as “Footprint of the Imperial Boot”, caused…  Cultural alienation  Cultural imperialism o Reference groups (“at least we’re not them…”)  Destruction of indigenous food systems  Destruction of indigenous industries o British prohibiting Indian textile industry  Institutionalization of racism o Selection of favored groups o Impact on Native Americans  Doctrine of Discovery a.k.a. General Allotment Act  Whoever discovered land unknown to other European countries first gained the rights and claimed title to those lands, despite Native Americans living on it  Trail of Tears  1838/1839, part of Andrew Jackson’s Indian Removal Policy, the Cherokee nation was forced to give up its lands east of the Mississippi River and migrate to an area in Oklahoma o HORRIBLE soil  Ration Ticket  Europeans took away all the buffalo, so they gave the Indians ration tickets, which would be for 9ish people forcing them to ration out horrible food (coffee, sugar, beef, bacon, lard…)  Self-Determination Era 1965-Present  1968 Indian Civil Rights Act Passed  1975 Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act Nation State A form of political organization in which a group of people who share the same history, traditions, or language live in a particular area under one government - Constructing the Nation State o Creating the Other  A group used to distinguish yourselves by  Native Americans, Indigenous peoples (explained above) o Language, Bureaucracy, & Education  Language of our ancestors  Ex) When France was emerging, if you didn’t speak it, you were beaten up  Ex) New Orleans losing Creole  Education  Instrument to achieve order, social stability, national identity, defense, economic expansion  Industrial societies require: o Division of labor o Ability to shift from task to task and area to area o Precise communication o Universal literacy  Bureaucracy  A system of government in which most of the important decisions are made by state officials rather than by elected representatives  Transportation systems linking isolation groups  Military service required o Violence and Genocide  Cambodia: 1975-1979  1.7 million died under Khmer Rouge (gorilla army led by Pol Pot) o Starvation, medical neglect, overwork, execution  Goals o Unify the nation o Elevate the status of peasants  Tools used o Purification of city people  By hard labor and shock o Torture  Physical and psychological o Fear  The Shock Doctrine – Naomi Klein  Explains how America’s free market policies have come to dominate the world through the exploitation of disaster-shocked people and countries  “Disaster Capitalism” o Large scale shocks are used to put forward large changes in policy


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