Globalization as a phenomenon has had an inordinate impact on the teaching and practice of anthropology. These papers and essays address the methodological problems that have arisen and in so doing fill a major gap in the contemporary study and teaching of the subject. The essays in this book show how the focus has shifted from traditional studies of specific sites, towards the movements and shifts associated with increasing migration and population flows - the result of living in an increasingly globalized world. Topics explored include the methodology of studying on the internet; global and spacial identities in the Caribbean; shifting boundaries in coastal communities; the anthropology of political life; issues of law and the flow of human substances; and the diffusion of moral values created by globalization.
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