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Study Guide ANTA02 Final Exam

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Department
Anthropology
Course Code
ANTA02H3
Professor
Maggie Cummings

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Anthro Study Notes
Essay Notes
Quote from Page 143. Phillipe Bourgouis - This book's argument as conveyed in its title is that people
like Primo & Caesar have not passively accepted their structural victimization
crack dealers are victims of structural forces
struggle for respect against these forces by embracing street culture and underground economy
become agents of their own destruction & further oppression by doing so.
Structural Victimization being called jibaros & accepting that
workplace racism being called illiterate & looking it up in the dictionary
structure being workplace, workplace racism = institutionalized racism
gender discrimination & gender rolls switched and foreign to them
women are bosses to men, women are more superior in the service sector
Agents of their own Demise choosing to listen to the racism
going coke & dope binging & contributing to self destruction
accepting the name/label of jibaro
cultural capital doing what they know fail at legit work, so go back to heroin & coke
internalize the racism & agree with it, therefore depression and addiction
Embracing Street Culture Service/FIRE sector takes away street culture
street culture enhances ability to get respect & money
clothing & symbolic power, clothes = dignity/power take away street clothes, take away power
Weapons of the Weak James C. Scott
if they feel they are being attacked, they will attack back to the attackers
the vulnerable will attack the more vulnerable
doing half asses jobs: showing up late, striking back etc.
Term Notes
Agency vs. Structure
Define:
Agency power of individuals to choose what to do /how to act (based on intentions)
Structure Larger forces such as political economy, institutions etc. (shapes options one has)
Compare: In search of Respect
crack dealers are victims of structural forces (government, police etc)
against structural forces by embracing street culture & underground economy
Significance:
Majority of themes have structures and agencies
structures = culture, what defines the options an individual has (traditions etc)
agents = people, people in the culture making the decisions
Racism
Define: discriminatory remarks/actions to another race to imply one race is superior than another race
Compare: In Search of Respect
they feel like Jibaros, feeling vulnerable at work (institutionalized racism)
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Anthro Study Notes Essay Notes Quote from Page 143. Phillipe Bourgouis - This books argument as conveyed in its title is that people like Primo & Caesar have not passively accepted their structural victimization crack dealers are victims of structural forces struggle for respect against these forces by embracing street culture and underground economy become agents of their own destruction & further oppression by doing so. Structural Victimization being called jibaros & accepting that workplace racism being called illiterate & looking it up in the dictionary structure being workplace, workplace racism = institutionalized racism gender discrimination & gender rolls switched and foreign to them women are bosses to men, women are more superior in the service sector Agents of their own Demise choosing to listen to the racism going coke & dope binging & contributing to self destruction accepting the namelabel of jibaro cultural capital doing what they know fail at legit work, so go back to heroin & coke internalize the racism & agree with it, therefore depression and addiction Embracing Street Culture ServiceFIRE sector takes away street culture street culture enhances ability to g
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