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    • ANTZ202 Introduction to Culture Meeting 13, April 3, 2007 Changes
    • Notes
      • Global inequalities
      • World system
      • Innovation, creativity
      • Define who we are
    • Tradition and Change
      • Continuity
      • Conservatism
      • Implies change
    • Revolution and Modernity
      • Discontinuity
      • Always keep something
    • Ethnocentrism
      • Lenses through which see world
      • Evaluation
    • Humanitarian Aid
      • Imposed change?
      • Who chooses?
      • “ Why can’t they be more like us?”
    • Some Broad Changes
      • Industrialisation
      • Commercialism
      • Complexification
      • Individualism
    • From Last Week
      • Diversity
      • Social complexity
      • Commercialisation
      • “ West”/”Non-West”
    • Internal Change
      • Independent Invention
        • Original solutions to problems
      • Internal Dynamism
        • Change through social diversity
    • Change Through Contacts
      • Diffusion
        • Spread through borrowing
        • Possibly indirect
      • Acculturation
        • Continuous contact
        • Asymmetrical
    • Contacts
      • Mobility
        • Individuals or groups
      • Trade and Exchange Networks
        • Goods, services, knowledge
        • Specialization
        • Often Equal
    • Uninvited Contacts
      • War
        • Territorial expansion
        • Invasion
      • Colonialism
        • Conquest
        • Unequal deals
    • Globalization
      • Interconnected, interdependent
      • Mutual influences
      • Inequalities
      • Decentralized flow of capital
      • Transnational culture of consumption
    • Mass Media
      • “ Virtual” contact
      • “ Imagined Communities”
        • Nationalism
        • Internationalism
    • Popular Culture
      • Local cultures
        • Erosion
        • Diffusion
        • Adaptation
      • Bollywood
      • Telenovelas
    • Anthropology and Change
      • Humanistic vision
      • Voluntary vs. coerced change
      • Cherish cultural diversity
      • Understanding similarities and differences
    • Changes in Ethnography
    • Armchair Anthropology
      • Second-hand accounts
      • Often non-researchers
      • Displaced context
      • Deductive
      • Universalist
    • Early ethnography
      • Realism
      • Holism (integrated culture)
      • Particularist (culture in own terms)
      • Native understanding
      • Some “Gone Native”
    • Interpretive Anthropology (Geertz)
      • Culture as text
      • Translation
      • Meaningfulness, significance
      • Native voice
    • Ethnographic Crisis
      • “ Writing Culture” (Clifford and Marcus 1986)
      • Question ethnographic realism
      • Question ethnographic present
      • Ethnographies as products
    • Complex Societies
      • Global World
      • Adapt methods
      • Qualitative basis
      • Identities
      • Subjectivities
    • Problem-Oriented Ethnography
      • Issue in broad context
      • Finding solutions
      • Applied anthropology
      • Interdisciplinary