Trade Between Cultures

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Trade Between Cultures 03:41 I.  Trade Between Cultures  1. Kassav [Antillean group] vs. Haitian music (1) Haitian seen as imperialism Both draw on musical innovations 2. Canada vs. US (1-2)  against US Borders due to lack of Canadian literature limit domestic cinema and music to country contexts Trade shapes our sense of cultural self   (2) 3. Robert Nozick’s  Anarchy, State, and Utopia    market society offers cultural utopia  based on freedom of choice (2)  how much choice do we have in markets? 4. Jeremy Tunstall’s “cultural imperialism”   idea that market destroys culture and  diversity (2-3)  e.g. McDonalds  5. Tocqueville’s  Democracy in America    broader market size lowers quality of  diversity/culture (3)  What kinds of freedom are possible in the modern world?   (4)  Purpose: How trade shapes artistic creativity in marketplace (5)  Culture = creative products that stimulate/entertain us  Manifestations of culture = music, cinema, visual arts, etc.  6. Whether we should attach intrinsic value to preventing the commoditification of global  creativity (5)  II.  Our Conflicting Institutions
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1. 1800 – WWI = increase in internationalization (6) fantastically creative and fertile epoch; promote diversity 
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