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Anthro lecture 2

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Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANTHROP 1AA3
Professor
Stephanie Ross

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BIG SUGAR • Looking at how our consumption patterns effect other people in the world • Has been exploitative with the environment ,economically Food and Globilization  • Cross culturing trade and contact • Look at how our food choices create political and economic highs among nation  states • Globalization is  the intensification of worldwide interconnectedness and  exchanges at economic, political and or social levels • Changes in technology fuel globalization • Increase of migration fuels globalization , and tourism  • Free trade agreements easy for legality to migrate • Globilization results in increasing cross cultural contact and circulation , food ,  objects • Globilization syncretism hybridization the blending of cultural traditions • Has experiences extremely unevenly in  different parts of the world, does not  always lead to homogenization (mcdonaldization) • Globilization doesn’t result in someone taking over the world How sushi went global • Theodor bestor , looking at the globalization at food and looked at sushi • He has traced the development and the expansion of the global sushi industry  60’s­70’s • From an American perspective , American food habits and tastes were very  much meat potatoe and vegtable • People haven’t been exposed to sushi in the 60’s • Went from exotic to ethnic specialty, haute cuisine and then to mass popularity • 1970’s first sushi bars opened in the states nyc , luxury goods and a marker of  status • 1960’s re
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