By Jonathan Xavier Inda
The Anthropology of Globalization focuses concurrently at the large-scale methods wherein numerous cultures have gotten more and more interconnected, and at the ways in which humans around the globe - from Africa and Asia to the Caribbean and North the US - mediate those procedures in culturally particular methods.
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_ NOTES 1 One majo r exception is Fredric Jameson, whose work on the relationship between post moderlllsm and late capitalism has in many ways inspired this essay. The debate between Jameson and Aijaz Ahmad in Social Text, however, shows that the creation of a globalizing Marxist narrative III cultu ral matters is difficult territory indeed (Ahm ad 1987; Jameson 1986) . My own effort in this context is to begin a restructuring of the Marxist narrative (by stresslllg lags and disJunctures) that many Marxists might find abhorrent.
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