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Power, Class, Inequality, Race, Racism, Ethnicity, Migration, & Transnationalism Chapters 11, 12, & 14 Watch on YouTube: “Appetite for Destruction: Eating Bluefin Tuna into Extinction” Chapters 6, 7, & 13 Watch on YouTube: “Race, the Power of an Illusion” Listen to Radio Lab “Border Trilogy” Podcast Question 1: How is class and inequality culturally constructed? How have anthropologists and other theorists assessed the affects inequality has had on different groups of people? Question 2: What role did colonization have in the construction of racial categories and the perpetuation of white supremacy? How have anthropologists responded to this historical legacy of inequality in their ethnographic fieldwork among contemporary populations? Question 3: What is the relationship between globalization, migration, and transnationalism? How have global economic and political forces influenced the everyday lives of immigrants and the way in which anthropologists conduct ethnographic fieldwork? Question 4: How is state power maintained within a population? How does ethnicity and nationalism influence the ways in which cultural groups recognized their inclusion or exclusion within a nation-state? Requirements: answer questions

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