anthro2.1203

anthro2.1203 - Anthropology 2 Hines 12/03/2007 colonialism...

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Anthropology 2 Hines 12/03/2007 colonialism & capitalism 1. mode of production a. feudalism i. historically specific: 18 th century to present ii. social relationship: capitalist classes Capital – have Labor – have not A. proletarianization leads to alienation iii. secondary characteristics: b. capitalism i. historically specific: ii. social relationship: iii. secondary characteristics: iv. semiotics of social difference: commodity fetishism v. consequences: A. individual B. collective C. Modern World System Joe Leahy’s Neighbors Little narration; anthropological Present them and let their voices communicate to us Its NOT that sort of film Relationship evident in first money exchange “We know you would help us” Gender differences @ bank – wife is main person in bank account, illiteracy Women – take care of finances Differnces in language Creole language/alternate codes/code-switching Integration into world system Logic of exchange, practice redistribution
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