INTS 101 Fall 2016 Test module #3

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INTS 101 Fall 2016 Theme/ Module Exam #3 Alyx Kunz In chapter 2, Progress and Indigenous Peoples, Bodley states “…change agents convinced of their own cultural superiority tend to overlook the fact that native fears about dangers of untested innovations may be fully justified.” But as we see in this article Dr. Bernard and Mr. Salinas establish a native learning center in Oaxaca Mexico where other can write books in other Indian languages. Here Dr. Bernard and Mr. Salinas do not demonstrate cultural superiority but rather seek to help preserve other culture’s languages through the learning center in Oaxaca. Bernard’s work alone allows for the preservation of languages and cultural memories. In chapter 7, Cultural Modification Policies, Bodley writes “…government administrators, their agents, and missionaries methodically set about to destroy small-scale cultural patterns in the name of progress, to make the people more amenable to the interests of commercial elites and the production of short-term financial gain.” These areas of small-scale
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  • Fall '16
  • Dr. Amina Tawasil
  • Learning Center, Dr. Bernard, Alyx Kunz, Theme/ Module Exam

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