Mar 11 - Anthropology of globalization 1. The fiction of...

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Anthropology of globalization 1. The fiction of national sovereignty in the context of globalization a. i. Notes: that these LDC have to go through certain extra progress to  achieve a more developed stages  ii. Note: races become mixed as a heritage of colonization 1. Create a highly polarized social structure that one group has  privilege over another 2. Lead to genocide and other unstable social problems iii. Note: apply to all post-colonial countries to certain extend  b. The fiction of national development and the LDC [Less Developed  Countries] (investment and conflict) i. The country with the most violence and drama are those with the  most resources. The one with less resources are more peaceful.  There are multiple factions competing for these resources.    c. illicit transnational economies, global cities, export processing zones,  mining enclaves, refugee camps
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2008 for the course ANT 2 taught by Professor Smith during the Winter '07 term at UC Davis.

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