The Effects of Globalization on The People of Yaxbe Article Review by Master Researcher

The Effects of Globalization on The People of Yaxbe
A review of an article by anthropologist, Cindy L. Hull in which she shares her experiences in the village of Yaxbe.
# 90933 | 1,350 words | 4 sources | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Anthropology (South American) , Anthropology (General) , Literature (General)


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Description:

The following essayis uses the book Kutu as it's primary source. The paper discusses the effects of globalization on the people of Yaxbe. The paper argues that as the people of Yaxbe became increasingly involved in national and global systems their local systems declined.

From the Paper:

"In Katun Cindy L. Hull writes about her experiences as an Anthropologist in the village of Yaxbe in the northwest of the Yucatan. Hull's study clearly demonstrates that the people of Yaxbe have always been affected by larger national and global systems. The majority of her study focuses on the changes that have occurred in the village due to the rise and fall of the henequen industry (Hull 2004: xii). This essay will use Katun as a starting point. It will be argued in this essay that the people of Yaxbe have been affected in two primary ways by globalization."

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The Effects of Globalization on The People of Yaxbe (2006, December 01) Retrieved December 03, 2021, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/the-effects-of-globalization-on-the-people-of-yaxbe-90933/

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