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School
University of Guelph
Department
Anthropology
Course
ANTH 1150
Professor
D Rose
Semester
Winter

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Indigenous Peoplesforagingfarming or herdingtribal fourth world first nationsseemingly remote from economic and political centresinternal colonialismsince 1492 o In anthropology when talking about a group of people use the name that they prefer to be called ie First nation is preferred in Canada IssuesRacismAssimilation segregation integration genocide ethnocide o Assimilation people are forced to assimilate with the people o Segregation they are separatedo Integration they are added to o Genocide and ethnocide EthnocentrismSocial Darwinist ideas about he inevitability and desirability of progressResettlement development conservation parks tourism and resistance The Zapatistawho are the Zapatistas o Mayan South of Mexico
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