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Exnomination and Culture. LLC 5160. For details of the license under which you may use this work, see: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/. What is culture? (And who has it?). Facets of Culture. Values Norms Institutions Artifacts. French philosopher(1915-1980)

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exnomination and culture
Exnomination and Culture
  • LLC 5160

For details of the license under which you may use this work, see:

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/

facets of culture
Facets of Culture
  • Values
  • Norms
  • Institutions
  • Artifacts
roland barthes
French philosopher(1915-1980)

Identified process of exnomination

Explained why dominant groups feel they have “no culture”

Roland Barthes
exnomination
Exnomination

"If you are a member of a dominant group, your attributes are invisible. Your role in making things the way they are is not noticeable. You believe your culture is apolitical and non-ideological. Your rules become the rules…"

francis l k hsu
Francis L. K. Hsu
  • Chinese American professor of anthropology (1909-1999)
  • Anthropologists should seek understanding of their own culture prior to studying that of others
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Postulate 10?
  • Monolingualism is the norm.
  • Bilingualism is a temporary state on the way to becoming American.
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