Anthropology 102 Final Exam Study Guide

Anthropology 102 Final Exam Study Guide - Anthropology 102...

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Anthropology 102 Final Exam Study Guide Sports a physical competition between members of a group is a universal practice grounded in the earliest stages of history tremendous popularity worldwide and the largest sector of world economy reflect social relationships and show the ideals of society by which the it is defined socialize people into values and ideals and are vehicles for communication and how people internalize these ideals Globally, even though there are many similarities like the goal line and out of bounds, there is not single interpretation for these Expression of globalization and social ideals Example- Japanese and American Baseball: American baseball is more about the individual and Japanese baseball is more about the team and sacrifice. Rise of basketball raises questions of shifts in the rigidity of defined roles in society such as gender, class, ethnicity- there seems to be more leadership for all. It also raises questions about the growing challenges of imperialistic power. Look at basketball- it is
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This note was uploaded on 05/31/2011 for the course ANTH 102 taught by Professor Lambert during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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