120.T7 - 1 Reciprocity—Simple Trade as Between...

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1 CSULB Instructor: George M. Scott ANTHROPOLOGY 120 INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY OUTLINE—TOPIC 7 ECONOMICS I. INTRODUCTION FOCUS OF ECONOMIC SYSTEMS: A. Production B. Distribution C. Consumption II. PRODUCTION A. Technology B. Organization of Labor 1. Emile Durkheim—Mechanical and Organic Solidarity III. DISTRIBUTION A. First Division—What stays in and goes out. B. Second Division—What goes out: Different Mechanisms of Distribution; Intrasocietal Exchange. 1. Reciprocity—Balanced, Generalized, Negative 2. Redistribution 3. Market Exchange
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2 C. Intersocietal Exchange
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Unformatted text preview: 1. Reciprocity—Simple Trade, as Between Pastoralists and Farmers 2. Redistribution—International Charities, Development Agencies 3. Market Exchange—International Trade IV. CONSUMPTION A. In Simple Societies—Consume What You or Known People Produce B. In Complex Societies—Consume What Strangers Produce ; Consumerism V. CULTURE AND ECONOMICS—A PARADOX A. Puritan Values at Core of American Culture—Thrift, Frugality, No Borrowing B. Consumerism and Debt are Both OK C. What Gives? VI. VIDEO CLIP— Appeals to Santiago...
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