Midterm Study GuideSpring10

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Anthropology 146 – Culture & Conflict Midterm #1 Study Guide Basic concepts anthropology, fieldwork, participant observation culture ethnocentrism, cultural relativism ethnicity indigenous people ethnic group ethnic minority Cultural ecology What are the components of cultural ecology? How are indigenous groups different from large-scale, commercial societies? Types of modes of production Exchange systems Adaptation v. evolution (social Darwinism, ladder of development) External v. internal forces of change First contact What has contact with outside settlers meant for indigenous peoples? What impact did colonialism have on indigenous peoples? What have been some justifications for ethnocidal or ecocidal policies of the state? social Darwinism imperialism colonialism genocide, ethnocide, ecocide acculturation assimilation State and Nation Does a focus by the state on the rights of individuals over groups create ethnic conflict? What are some different models for managing ethnic diversity within the structure of a
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