anth 4.6.15

  1. development of global economy. impact on;
    -industrial societies
    -non industrial societies
    interconnections
  2. dynamics of change
    • innovation and invention
    • diffusion and assimilation
    • conquest and colonization
  3. inter connected economy through spread of wealth, labor and technology
    Globalization
  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
Author
rislala
ID
300122
Card Set
anth 4.6.15
Description
post mid
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