11 7 2011

11 7 2011 - ANTHROPOLOGY economic behavior- peoples...

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ANTHROPOLOGY economic behavior- people’s actions kind of means--> production, distribution, consumption, reproduction of value - some type of resources traditionally hunter and gatherer ---> foraging- market exchange= ethical issue have to be looking for - ethical issue--> too much strain over the environment ---> perhaps we can think about value- create commodity - - - expands on the market - - - - anthropology---> looking at not only one kind of commodities- other things that have val- ues e.g. what are some things of values in our societies what else can be a commodity anthropology--> intrinsic resources e.g. technology, oil. . intricate kinds of values- e.g. emotions ---> XX economists measure-- what happen to things of measure Economic Anthropology - traditional approaches - - - Formalist- classic economic theory that-- “economics class” - - - Substantivism - - - Marxist Anthropology- economic and cultural critique = orthodox traditional approaches of Marxism “ political economy” = modes of production
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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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11 7 2011 - ANTHROPOLOGY economic behavior- peoples...

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