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Today’s Music Intro ± ‘Respect’ by Otis Redding ± “But all I'm asking for is for a little respect when I come home” ± ‘Why?’ by Tracy Chapman ± “Why do the babies starve when there's enough food to feed the world” ± ‘Respect’ by Aretha Franklin ± “All I'm askin' (ooh) is for a little respect when you come home” ± Q: What are these songs about?
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In Search of Respect: Analysing Social Change and Inequality Anthropology 1102, July 23, 2009 Martin Forsey 6488-3880 [email protected]
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‘Anthropology is philosophy with the people in’ (Ingold, cited in Eriksen 2001, p.1)
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What are the unseen connections that determine our lives? How do the threads run? These are among the most profound questions a sociologist can ask (Matthewman, West-Newman & Curtis 2007, p.15)
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Previous lecture I wanted to probe the Archilles heel of the richest industrialized nation in the world by documenting how it imposes racial segregation and economic marginalization on so many of its Latino/a and African-American citizens (Bourgois 2002, p.1).
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