Jun 18, 2018  
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ANTH 112 - (BH) Anthropology of the Global Economy

Semester Hours: 3
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How do other cultures organize their economic lives? Are there aspects of human economic behavior that are universal, or are our economic motives culturally determined? As capitalism becomes more global, what kinds of native economies and economic principles will it bump up against? In this course, we apply the theory and methods of economic anthropology to look at the full range of economic behavior and organization in world cultures.


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