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Globalization

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Lisa Garibaldi

on 11 October 2015

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Transcript of Globalization

The ability to self-direct one's life
Power, Authority, and Influence
Agency
Mode of Production
Located within certain structures
Contextual
Ability to control work
Reproduction
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Monday, 5 October, 2015
Lecture 5
Complexity and Interaction
Political/Economic Systems
The objects needed to make nessesary items
Means of Production
Economic and Political systems are often very closely related
Processes of globalization are:
uneven
complex
two way interaction
Globalization is often implicated in political, as well as economic change
Examples:
Factory
tools
Land
materials

Other examples?
Globalization
From Last Class:

Methods
Census
Reciprocity
Culture Shock
Interviews: Structured/unstructured
Polymorphic Engagement
Sampling Methods
Fieldnotes
Research Ethics
IRB- Institutional Review Board
Confidentiality
Informed Consent
How do people get what they need and want?
Doin' It for Themselves
Subsistence
Small kin-based groups
Egalitarian/little social stratification
Leaders have limited authority or influence
Relative age is one of the few bases for status difference
Membership in group if often flexible
Fewer notions of private property
Merchantilism to Imperialism
Early Capitalism
State and Corporate Capital
Late Capitalism
Few large landowners, in contractual relations with workers
Fuedalism
Political life: Consensus

Status by Achievement

Exchange based economy

Most peoples now also participate in the
cash economy
DISCREDITED
Theory of Social Change
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Reciprocity
Factories and Automation
Industrialism
Centralized political unit emcompassing many communities and possessing coercive powers.
The State
Demarcated boundries/ territories
Monopoly on the use of force and the maintence of law and order
Full time military and police forces
Externally: States defend borders, offensively expand territory
Internally: Regulate populations through laws, courts, police
Enumerate and classify populations on a regular basis (census)
Extract resources from citizens/residents through taxation
Permanent social Stratification
A set of doctrines or beliefs that form the basis of an economic, social, religious cultural, or political organization
Ideology
Examples:
Kinship ideologies
Cultural codes to live a "good life"
Religious ideologies
Ideologies explain the rulers right to rule, justify inequality, and builds hegemony
Sometimes called "the hegemonic discourse
Hegemony
The maintenance of a stratified social order through the process by which subordinates comply with domination by internalizing the dominate classes' values and accepts their "naturalness".
Questions to think about while watching:

How are power, authority, and influence displayed in the documentary?

What are the issues surrounding multinational corporations in a country like Jamaica?

How does the history of colonialism still impact Jamaica today?
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