Wheeling and Dealing - Anne Flinchum Anthro 528 Discussion...

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Anne Flinchum Anthro 528 Discussion Leader Wheeling and Dealing My Questions: Do you think the type of research they did (where they spent so much time with the drug dealers) was a good idea? Would it be a legitimate study today (since they mentioned they some times participated and took drugs as well)? What makes it so hard to get out of the drug game? When their neighbor, Dave, went to jail and came out and lived with them, why didn’t they try to help him “get out” rather than allow him to get back in? Were the two researchers considered his friends? Chapter two talks about the different types of smuggling, air, water, and ground, what are the advantages and disadvantages to each? How have they changed and what is the best way to smuggle drugs into the country now? How is the drug social organization different from how we organize ourselves in society? Is it comparable to other business organizations or social organizations? Is there anyway to stay in control as a drug dealer? Does it mean not taking drugs? Is there any such thing as “moderation”? In Chapter 5 it talks about the lifestyle of the drug dealers and it quotes someone as saying that
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This note was uploaded on 04/28/2008 for the course ANTHRO 528 taught by Professor Zhou during the Spring '07 term at University of Wisconsin.

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