11 2 2011

11 2 2011 - common sense notion of race anthropology-...

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common sense notion of race anthropology- slightly more specific manner - social scientists in general- distinctive way ethnicity--> one that hasn’t been used a lot in the English language --- originally come from the Greek - nations---> see themselves as related to each other original meaning- contemporary meaning of ethnicity picture of family - Pyrenee Mountains--> immigrated to United States - --> diaspora ---> Montana and selective states in the US Frederick Barth - to study how the idea of ethnicity has been used - “ethnicity has certain components” - “identity towards themselves and are defined by others as having that identity” - --> comes to call--> locate the concept of ethnicity- primordial aspect - --> primordial identity- how feel about themselves-- belonging to that group - “can’t put finger on it objectively--> but part of that” language--> part of what people use to fix their primordial identity - however--> physiologists-- ethnicity- structured--> institutional aspect to it
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course ANTH 1 taught by Professor Kindon during the Fall '05 term at UCSD.

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