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Ant 302/Spring 2008 Instructor: Marte Readings-Feedback Chapter 9 -Videos at FAC (+ any other past reading) 0. How is power related to social organization? 1. Questions or difficulties with readings, project, etc.   [2 minutes max.] Write your name, fold & pass your paper to the front How human groups produce their cultural histories? … In a field of political & poetic relationships  that include: 2. Political economy 3. Material Culture  4. Representation Through such cultural practices and relations we  transform environments into resources to fulfill our needs & desires, produce social organization,  and create ideologies (worldviews) to explain &  make sense of our experiences… Economy: Mode of Production 0. MP: ” a historically specific set of social relations, ideologies, practices  through which labor is organized to extract energy from nature” ---includes  all facets from production to consumption MP is socially organized into: 0. Means of production: technologies (tools, machinery, skills, knowledge), organization
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Ant 302/Spring 2008 Instructor: Marte 1. Relations of production: division of labor or the relations among producers, owners of the 
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