Anthrotest - A nthro Study Guide Test emic understand local points of view way local people feel about their world using their assumptions etic

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Anthro Study Guide Test: emic- understand local points of view, way local people feel about their world, using their assumptions etic- antrho is comparative, outside any particular human culture to explain different/variance In Search of Respect- o Felipe’s battle between emic and etic perspective o Think about how he is trying to understand hwy his drug dealer friends are messing up their lives, yet doing it on their own terms and knowing what they’re doing/not knowing what they’re doing o How does Felipe come to the conclusion that people have agency, but are subject to larger structures Trying to explain why casear and ray make certain decisions/enter the drug career, doesn’t want to relate it simply in relation to their opinion (I always wanted to be a drug dealer…), HE TALKS ABOUT THE HISTORY OF OPPRESSION IN THEIR COUNTRY AND THEIR GEOGRAPHIES ETIC Goes back 100 years in their neighborhood, and sees that no matter who lived there throughout time, they were always
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This note was uploaded on 01/31/2011 for the course ANTHROCUL 101 taught by Professor Peters-golden during the Fall '10 term at University of Michigan.

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Anthrotest - A nthro Study Guide Test emic understand local points of view way local people feel about their world using their assumptions etic

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