In charge of egalitarian redistribution system a

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In charge of egalitarian redistribution system - A charismatic leader with more influence than just one village (village head is “head” of one village) - Unlike village head, wealthier than other villagers (and physically fit, considered brave and generous, associated with supernatural powers) - Common in Papua New Guinea, Melanesian Island. Pastoral Tribal Societies - Khan supported by heads of descent groups - Khan is a leader who regulates who is using pasture land during different seasons Non-industrial tribal societies - Means of intergrating regional cooperation in a culture: Age grades, descent system, pan-tribal sodalities, secret societies Political systems quiz question - A dispute occurs in family, a person is kidnapped - how would it be dealt with in a state vs. how it would be dealt in a society with a Village head? - Someone isnt sharing in a foraging society. what might be done? - What clashes might exist in terms of the managing of a crime like murder in a tribal society within a nation-state March 29, 2011 Stratification - Power - Wealth - income, land, and resource - Prestige - held in high esteem Antonio Gramsci - Hegemony - internalization of a dominant value or idealization Hidden Transcript - Hidden possible individual protest VS Public Transcript - protest public
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Informal social control - Most common in non state society - Chastising - Shaming or Humiliation - Gossip - Sorcery What makes a man a man? Firm, tough, tone of voice, provider, leadership, aggressive, bossy, strength, Macho, dominant, unemotional, protector, physical anatomy, non “domestic” (chores) What makes a woman a woman?
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