ANT 304 - Week 6
ANT 304 - Week 6 ANT 304
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Date Created: 10/04/15
ANT 304 Intro to Archaeological Studies TEST NEXT WEDNESDAY CH 5 175 183189 include green table 190195 September 30 2015 0 State is the most formal of political organization 0 One of the hallmarks of civilization 0 Part of concept is that we have the idea of government 0 Market economy 0 Vast surpluses of goods and services 0 Political something always involved in some form of control 0 T or F political organization is sometimes involved in one way or another in some form of control 0 False o It is ALWAYS involved 0 are institutions to establish conformity 0 Can be formal or informal 0 Formal almost like laws organized and tend to regulate human behavior rather precisely Military awards Monetary awards 0 Informal 0 Among hunters and gatherers warfare is not a common method of relieving con ict 0 Regularly have voluntary movement 0 Despite traditional view of farmers being gentle and closer to the soil it is among farming and herding communities that warfare is most prominent Most states today 0 States are ever expanding and still continues 0 Expansion today is only for power and in uence 0 ln decentralized system everyone participates in decision making 0 Loyalty and cooperation are given freely 0 People feel as if they have a voice 0 ln centralized systems there is more of a sense of coercion is a form of support for a political system 0 Based on the values a particular society considers most important 0 Religion and politics are tied into it 0 Religion is intricately connected with politics 0 Religious beliefs can in uence laws so that the things that people believe to be sinful are often unlawful o In many cases it s religion that legitimizes a particular government 0 F
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