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Ethnoscapes

A look at Globalization from a cultural anthropological viewpoint.
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Sammi Marcoux

on 6 March 2013

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Transcript of Ethnoscapes

THE 5 -SCAPES OF GLOBALIZATION ETHNOSCAPE DEFINITION: A Presentation of Arjun Appadurai's "Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy " Appadurai, A., (1990). "Disjucture and Difference in the Global Economy", Public Culture. 2(2) pp. 1-24 QUESTIONS migration of people across cultures and borders EXAMPLES: Tourists
Exiles
Guestworkers Immigrant
Refugees We all deal in an imagined world--meaning we live with a point of view that is shaped by our own personal “-scapes.” "Imagined Worlds" Technoscape DEFINITION: cultural interactions due
to advancing technology Finanscape DEFINITION: the flux of capital across borders Mediascape DEFINITION: use of the media that shapes the way we interpret our imagined world Ideascape DEFINITION: ideas formed through the combination of the other four "-scapes" Summary: Appadurai's idea of "-scapes" presents culture and globalization as flowing and interactive instead of static and combative.
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