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Consumption Culture Anth2430 June 3,2009
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Global Consumer Culture s Everything we buy, wear, eat and drive connects us in some way to the natural environment through long chain of connections. s Consumption goods are produced and processed different countries and after traveling different locations came to our home.
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Globalization s We are all global consumers, and our choices, tastes, and desires have direct effects on people and environments all around the globe. s Global: modern and western technology, s Process: acculturation, ethnocide s Result: passing or the resurgence of traditional culture
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How can we study global ecology? s Institutional an political complexity of global ecological problems s Both microanthropology of ethnography and macroanthropology of approaches :world system theories, linkage theory, and the theory of adaptive structures
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s Co-management and local empower s How are production, marketing and consumption transforming local settings? s
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This note was uploaded on 01/08/2010 for the course ANT 2390 taught by Professor Halder during the Summer '09 term at University College Cayman Islands.

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