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 set of feelings about being in an alien setting and the resulting reactions Genocide-  mass murder of an entire race or culture of people Napoleon chagnon (yanomamo Indians)-  went to south America to study a tribe of  Indians, discovered them to be filthy and volatile.  After a couple weeks living in their  society, adopted their way of life, finding it to be more time effective Cultural relativity-  belief that other people and their ways of doing things can be  understood only in terms of the cultural context of those people
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Manifesto of the Communist Party notes -Karl Marx 23:40 Intro Communism is becoming prominent in Europe, facing strong adversity from all the  powerful leaders resulting in two facts: The leaders acknowledge communism is a power Communists should come into the open, creating a tangible party for the ghost of an  idea The following is the manifesto created by these communists from countries all over  Europe Manifesto Society since the beginning of time has pitted the oppressor’s against the oppressed,  but has been in a larger scale of gradation. Modern society more divided into two main  groups: Bourgeoisie Proletariat The modern bourgeoisie truly developed with the discovery of the Americas, where  eventually industry succeeded everything of the former, but it was new and therefore  because of the “feudal society” that was in place, it grew rapidly  Industry driven by man couldn’t keep up, steam and machinery took over and  revolutionized manufacture into  MODERN INDUSTRY,  home of industrial millionaires  ( modern bourgeoisie) Bourgeoisie controls the government, or whoever is in charge
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Manifesto of the Communist Party notes -Karl Marx 23:40 Bourgeoisie has replaced all former values with the single idea of Free Trade. In other  words, it has stripped the earth of veiled religious or political exploitation with brutal,  very open exploitation. (no beating around the bush)
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Manifesto of the Communist Party notes -Karl Marx 23:40 In short, the bourgeoisie took from the world its enjoyment in life and replaced it with a  monetary system. Exists by constantly revolutionizing industry.  Nations have become  interdependent, relying on others for products and resources. By the improvements in technology the bourgeoisie have drawn even the barbaric  nations into their web, in effect creating a world in its own image. Urban regions grow  rapidly while rural regions shrink, making nations dependent on cities and barbaric  nations dependent on civilized nations.
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