ANTH 1102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Global Exchange, World-Systems Theory, Betsileo People

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Study of modern human society and culture: through active participation and observation using cultural relativism and cross cultural comparison. Section 1: culture and the organization of society. The past, cultural interactions, and modern global culture. Colonialism: political, social, economic, and cultural domination by an external power for an extended period of time, past european colonialism, present-day colonialism (africa) Colonialism created modern world system: based on economic exchange, development, dominance, 3 specialization positions. Core nations: political units that dominate most global exchange today, most capital, a lot of investments in other places, largest consumers throughout the world. Semiperiphery: (mexico, brazil) they have fair amount of capital, but they are producers, provide labor. Periphery: (developing world) largely agriculturally based, responsible for migrant labor (export labor), tend to have the raw materials used in production. The world system today: world system, industrialization, and the linkages. Many economic and social benefits and success: expansion has led to the destruction of .

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