pg. 5-19 & Chapter 13 Kottak
- University of Tennessee - Knoxville
- Anthropology 130
- pg. 5-19 & Chapter 13 Kottak
Last Modified: 2011-07-06
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As used by James Scott, the open, public interactions betweendominators and oppressed---the outer shellof power relations.
Subordinates comply withdomination by internalizing their ruler's values and accepting the "naturalness".
somethi that is creativly "read", interpreted, and assigned meaning by each personwho recieves it.
In its most general sense, describes the blurring and breakdown of established canons (rules, standards), catigories, distinctions, and boundries.
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