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Department
Anthropology
Course
ANT204H1
Professor
Leslie Jermyn
Semester
Winter

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Occupy Transforming contemporary societies and culturesOccupy Transforming contemporary societies and cultures1 T David Graeber Occupy Wall Streets anarchist roots1 T David Graeber Occupy Wall Streets anarchist roots2 Gaston Gordillo The Human Chain as Nonviolent Weapon2 Gaston Gordillo The Human Chain as Nonviolent Weapon3 M Parenti Occupy America 3 M Parenti Occupy America Lecture outline Lecture outlineLiberal and neoliberalismWhat is Neoliberalism Central tenets Neocolonialism Corporate Media Hegemony Dominant discourses Resistance through counterhegemonic discoursesThe 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 unnecessaryanarchist 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 Patented by Lizzie Magie in 1904 Demonstrates the instability of the free market The rich get richer as they can leverage Patented by Lizzie Magie in 1904 Demonstrates the instability of the free market The rich get richer as they can leverage their wealth to increase their earningstheir wealth to increase their earningsKarl Marx Karl MarxClass divisions would eventually disappear as workers struggled for the power of the owner classthe capitalist class would be overthrown and that it would be eliminated by a worldwide workingclass revolution and replaced by a classless society Marxist The workers have nothing to sell but their labour power Marxist The workers have nothing to sell but their labour power Neoliberal
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