19th & 20th Century Theorists

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  9/8/10 Magic, Science and Religion Spring 2010
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 9/8/10 American (upstate New York) Lawyer, businessman, politician (state) Kinship and social structure – cross-cultural Ethnography of Iroquois Early proponent of theory that indigenous had  migrated from Asia in ancient times Unilineal social evolutionary theory Ancient Society Henry Lewis Morgan (1818-81)
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 9/8/10 “History of the human race is one in source, one in  experience and one in progress.”  “Psychic unity of man” – one direction One universal order of cultural evolution Savagery/Barbarism/Civilization Unilineal Social Evolutionary Theory (Morgan)
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Lower, middle, upper Matrifocal/gynocentric Primarily promiscuity – no knowledge male role in  conception Equality, not stratified, no hierarchy Collectivism/cooperation – no private property
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