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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT1101
Professor
Natalie Ward
Semester
Fall

Description
Globalization & Production Economic Anthropology - Economic life as “essentially based on the broader organization of society.” - Anthropologists aim to produce an understanding of the economy that has people in it - How does a social group produce what it wants, needs and desires? - How are those goods exchanged? - How are those goods consumed? Anthropologists Interested in: - What people do and think, both as workers or consumers in economies - Universal history of humanity, in its past, present and future; and their examples are drawn from all over the world The Halo Effect: the phenomenon whereby we assume that because people are good at doing A they will be good at doing B, C and D (or the reverse – because they are bad at A they will be bad at doing B, C and D). - A cognitive bias in which our judgments of a person’s character can be influenced by our overa
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