anth 4.6.15

  1. development of global economy. impact on;
    -industrial societies
    -non industrial societies
  2. dynamics of change
    • innovation and invention
    • diffusion and assimilation
    • conquest and colonization
  3. inter connected economy through spread of wealth, labor and technology
  4. when did globalization start?
    in 15th century
  5. three socioeconomic categories
    • core-dominant industrial nations
    • periphery- dominated by core societies
    • semi periphery- emerging industrial nations
  6. western Europe under empirical rule
    -colonial empires(core)
    -goods from colonies (periphery)
    resulted in skewed world economy
    -prosperity for core
    -systemic inequities
  7. Focus on material aspects.
    -economic development
    unequal access to means of production
    Leads to 2 opposing classes;
    1. owners 
    2. workers
    3. struggle in inevitable
    Karl Marx
  8. He saw Mark's view as overly simplicity
    -solely economic

    Social activity develops economic systems

    cultural value
    -influence material development
    -value of work ethic

    Social identity based on ethnicity. ones culture over class
    Max Weber
  9. different between people around the world
    not insurmountable
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anth 4.6.15
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