Class Notes (1,100,000)
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ANT204H1 (100)
Lecture

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Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANT204H1
Professor
Leslie Jermyn

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Liberal and neoliberalism
What is Neoliberalism? Central tenets
Neocolonialism:
Corporate Media: Hegemony, Dominant discourses, Resistance through counterhegemonic discourses
The state: Repression to protect capitalism
Reform vs. Revolution: Protest vs Direct action. Where protest is a plea to the authorities, direct action ignores
existing power structures. As if the rulers were unnecessary anarchist.
One alternative (no threat of violence from police, prison, armies): Anarchists of Andalusia, education
Marx: class is the division of societies into groups, including:
Those who own the productive wealth of society
Those who own only their labor (workers)
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Neoliberal: “I offer courses on How to Sell Your Labour Power Like A Shark”
Inherent in capitalism has been the maintenance of a sizeable pool of unemployed workers living on the edge of
poverty who are desperate for jobs. It keeps workers competing with each other to get jobs, allowing corporate
owners to keep wages low. This was first described by Karl Marx, the founder of scientific socialism, as an essential
weapon used by capitalists to keep down wages. When this political and economic system is judged by future
inhabitants of the planet, this policy will be judged, correctly, as one of the greatest crimes against humanity.
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America does, however, have one of the most pro-business, inequitable, and inhumane socioeconomic systems in the
industrialized world…It certainly does not benefit the average citizen, not does it benefit the country as a whole.”
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A new expansion in time and space of the market
Contract maximalisation
frequency of contract is increased.
Market forces are also intensified by intensifying surveillance & assessment.
‘Derivative professions'.
Neoliberalism combines culture, values and ethics with economics.
Pro-American foreign policy
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