10 10 2011

10 10 2011 - universal- humans-- kinships e.g. animals-...

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lecture required readings Cultural ethnocentrism - experience---> ethnocentric ------------------- information- culture- process understandable try to understand--- immoral---> how do you know it is immoral? - usually look to people having human rights---> and cultural rights. .. rights- individuals - some of those rights come - written down (United Nations) ---> what are the individual human rights - - ability to speak freely language- customs- cultural processes - have the ability to pursue economic knowledge levels- generalizations - cultural shapes- universal - - very few universal humans-- tend to feel sheltered - more complex - - centered beings
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Unformatted text preview: universal- humans-- kinships e.g. animals- pack (acknowledge) cultural similarities- probably not found in other places- societies---> meanings- - reckon family identities- male lines cultural changes--- adaptations---> different adjectives- e.g. culture traits culture change- - dominant vs subordinate society- acculturation what other kinds of culture changes- unexpected = invention humans experiencing---> interesting changes in culture- independent inventions e.g. origins of corn/maize- originated ---> Mexico culture change--> globalization- process=== creates interactions between modern nations- - increasingly interlinked...
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