11 28 2011

11 28 2011 - European point of view talking about how the...

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European point of view talking about how the industrial system--> colonialism relate to some of the ways that you yourself- remotely independent - personally connected to modern world systems fundamentally exploitative of the ---> e.g. people who made them looked at possession- how connected to the global system XX emerged in the last 100 years - raw resources e.g. Rome aspired to conquer the Egypt -- threatening efforts of expansion XX emerged as world system- complex technology --> commodities for use on the market --->capitalist world economy capital- wealth --- anthropology-capitalists Wallerstein-one of the first to capture. .. fundamentally exploitative relationships --- core nations- nations that were more politically powerful- most technologically advanced (complex) --- capitalist power- export to peripheral needs “what would their correlations be?” technology XX core meaning lack the political power- technological dominance --- knowledge XX industrialized- catch up controlled by the US
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