Twentieth Century Revival of Evolutionary Theory

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Click to edit Master subtitle style  9/8/10 Twentieth Century Revival of  Evolutionary Theory Spring 2010
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 9/8/10 EMIC – ETIC points of view EMIC: native p.o.v., how one understands own  system, this can change ETIC: researcher’s point of view “Unilineal Evolutionary Theory” Review
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 9/8/10 Field work with Yanomamo of Amazon basin  (Venezuela/Brazil), long-term  Genealogies Warfare, violence, in forests, including “bride  capture”, explained by innate male aggression Yanomamo: The Fierce People  (1968) Celebrated, criticized  Sociobiology, human behavioral ecology Napoleon Chagnon
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 9/8/10 Reinterpreted Chagnon’s work Focus on ecology, carrying capacity Both EMIC and ETIC analysis necessary  Institution has to be rational at economic or  ecological level Why Nothing Works Cannibals and Kings The  Rise of Anthropological Theory Marvin Harris
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