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Unformatted text preview: th century, the Dobe Ju'/hoansi lived within the borders of these states, but remained closer to and independent nation or people, being self governing and still semi nomadic. Starting in the 1970's the Ju/'hoansi began to take on more Western Customs, and began visitting South Africa more often. They also have moved on to farming. This has led them closer to being associated with a state. In 1973, the Botswana government began to discuss how the Ju'/hoansi would fit into their state system. They also began to recognize money and became more involved in the state system. This has caused negative aftermath, because it has forced to Ju'/hoansi to live in poverty while being implanted into their economic system....
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2009 for the course ANTHRO 2396 taught by Professor Hudgins during the Spring '09 term at Temple.
- Spring '09
- Cultural Anthropology