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Course Notes Anthropology & the Global

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These notes cover anthropology and the effects of globalisation. They will also be helpful for people studying political economics and international relations specifically those about human rights. This includes: - Movement across boundaries and boarders - Interactions among different groups of people (not just within them) - New forms of coherence - New ways of constituting similarity and difference - New forms of persons, embedded in relationships with others

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Culture Anthropology Structure Economic anthropology Modernity Anarcho-communism Cashless society Gift economy Marcel Mauss Guanxi Commodification Market
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Culture Anthropology Structure Economic anthropology Modernity Anarcho-communism Cashless society Gift economy Marcel Mauss Guanxi Commodification Market
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What does anthropology have to do with this • Interested in the moral problem of globalization • How the moral problem becomes apart of this Globalization – • Subject and objective o Globalization is both something that we need to explain o ...
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