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ANT 304 - Week 6

by: Sarah Bruederlin

ANT 304 - Week 6 ANT 304

Sarah Bruederlin
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Intro to Archaeol STDS: Prehistory
F, Valdez

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Intro to Archaeol STDS: Prehistory
F, Valdez
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Bruederlin on Sunday October 4, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ANT 304 at University of Texas at Austin taught by F, Valdez in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 39 views. For similar materials see Intro to Archaeol STDS: Prehistory in anthropology, evolution, sphr at University of Texas at Austin.

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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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