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Progress and Change

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Lisa Garibaldi

on 15 October 2015

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Transcript of Progress and Change

Diseases of Development
Heart disease/atherosclerosis
Diabetes
Micronutrient diffiencies
Gout
Case Study: Pacific Islanders
cash income
dietary change
Increased consumption of sugar, salt, and white flour
Decreasing consumption of fruits, vegetables, and root crops
urbanization
Increasing levels of infectious disease
Consequences of Enviromental Degradation

Rice and Haiti
Thank you!
The Price of Progress
Progress defined as:
Increases in income
Higher standard of living
Greater security
Better health
Tourism
Progress and Change
ANTH001
12 Oct 2015

Alternatives:
The Diverse Economy
Mixed economy
Non-monetary based exchange
Cooperative work practices
Long term cost model
From Last Class:

Globalization
State
Hegemony
Ideology
Mode of production
Means of production
Subsistance
Fuedalism
Industrialisation
Reciprocity
Capitalism




Life and Debt
How are power, authority and influence demonstrated in documentary?
What are the issues surrounding multinational corporations in a country like Jamaica?
How does the history of colonialism still impact Jamaica today?



Improvement in these areas are thought to be universal goods, worth almost any price (losing access to land, traditional practices and lifeways)
Supplemental Reading:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/strong-armed-evictions-by-world-bank-clients-traumatize-children_560c3d49e4b0af3706df2fb6?utm_hp_ref=business
"Unforseen effects of disturbing the preexisting order" Bodley p.2
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