Comm 122 Lecture 27

Comm 122 Lecture 27 - Communication Studies 122 March 14,...

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Communication Studies 122 March 14, 2008 Lecture 27 1. Raids on conservative Summi villages 2. Summi and Islam 3. Army anthropologists in Afghanistan and Iraq 4. Anthropoligizing the military or militarizing anthropology? Summis Summi's have given preference and a ruling elite since the early history Shinites beneath the Summis Moving toward radical Islam American forces aware that there is opposition in Summi – rural – areas they would raid the houses for men that might help with th Summis were afraid and wanted vengeance Many Summis join the insurgency Because of the difficult position that the Summis were in, they would be subject to the radical views of Anti-Americanism US was their reason for their loss of control, and it is easy for them to blame them Mass arrests in Tumi, arrested 250 and only kept 30. A very conservative area, how do these people feel? Collective punishment (Israel and Palestine: this connection made) they felt they were treated as criminals because of Sadamm Heet: rocket propelled grenade thrown at the people, the US searched 30 homes
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