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WESTERNANTH 2272F/GSherry LarkinWinter

Anthropology 2272F/G Chapter 6: Week 5: Tourism, Power, and Culture pg. 3-19

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8 Feb 2017
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Tourism, power, and culture chapter 1: insights from anthropology. Culture is the framework within which tourism takes place, as all people have a cult
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WESTERNANTH 2272F/GSherry LarkinWinter

Anthropology 2272F/G Chapter 2: Week 3: Native Tours Chapter 2

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26 Jan 2017
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WESTERNANTH 2272F/GSherry LarkinWinter

Anthropology 2272F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Commodification, Ngadha Language, Cultural Capital

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26 Jan 2017
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WESTERNANTH 2272F/GSherry LarkinWinter

Anthropology 2272F/G Chapter 9: Week 6: Tourism, Power and Culture pg. 47-63

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17 Feb 2017
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GDr. Randa FarahSpring

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-9: Sociocultural Anthropology, Linguistic Anthropology, Forensic Anthropology

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14 Apr 2018
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Sociocultural anthropology a comparative approach to the study of societies and cultures that focuses on differences and similarities in the ways that
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WESTERNANTH 2272F/GSherry LarkinWinter

Anthropology 2272F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Cultural Landscape, Productivism

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8 Feb 2017
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Tourism, power, and culture chapter 2: water sports: a tug of war over the river. Populations and urban areas are expanding fast, with more affluent li
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WESTERNANTH 2272F/GSherry LarkinWinter

Anthropology 2272F/G Chapter 8: The Camera and the House Article

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17 Feb 2017
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The ca(cid:373)era a(cid:374)d the house: the e(cid:373)ioti(cid:272)s of new gui(cid:374)ea (cid:862)tree-houses(cid:863) i(cid:374) glo(cid:271)al vi
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WESTERNANTH 2272F/GSherry LarkinWinter

Anthropology 2272F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Tantrum, Ecotourism, Gluttony

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8 Feb 2017
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Native tours chapter 4: tourism and culture. Modern tourism is a leisured search for other traditions that are untouched by modern influences and a lon
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GSarah ShulistFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-8: Fort Benning, Size Theory, Hutterite

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8 Apr 2016
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Family composition of ju/ honasi live in groups of 10 - 30/40 , bilaterally related. Live in villages with population between 40 and 400. Broken down i
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GRanda FarahFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Kalahari Desert, Lewis H. Morgan, Water Frame

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27 Oct 2015
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What do we talk about when we talk about progress? settlements: today"s world is radically divided into the wealthy and the poor, sedentary: a mode of
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GAndrew WalshFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Noble Savage, Malagasy People, Ankarana Reserve

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19 Nov 2012
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Chapter 2: the meaning of progress and development. Foraging: someone who hunts for food and provision. Slash and burn/swidden: clearing forests by bur
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WESTERNANTH 1025F/GRanda FarahFall

Anthropology 1025F/G Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Juf, Hutterite, Gang Rape

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9 Nov 2015
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