- University of Wisconsin - Madison
- Anthropology 104
- Anthro 104
Last Modified: 2011-07-12
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"Cold" Vs "Hot" for history
Industrial societies are "hot" to history; experience change as source of meaning (progress, self-realization)
(in terms of non-historical ethnography)
Example: Captain Cook was 1st welcomed by Hawaiians but then came back a short time later and was killed
2. Liminality: removing them to be transformed and trained (communitas - togetherness with people in similar situations when between identities)
3. Incorporation: reintegrating them as "reborn" into new status
Men report to deliver information and prove competence & establish themselves in male dominated hierarchy
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