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The Theory of the Leisure Class Setting & Symbolism

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Objects/Places

Andamans

Andamans is used as an example of a place with a primitive savage culture.

Europe

Europe is used as an example of where class distinction began in feudal times.

Japan

Feudal Japan is used as an example of the existence of classes.

India

India, with its caste system, is given as an example of the existence of a rigid class structure.

Polynesia

The Polynesian Islands are used as an example of the existence of different classes.

Iceland

Iceland is used as an example of the existence of different class structures.

Hawaii

Hawaii is used as an example of where beautiful and ornate items come from that are outside the habits of more people.

China

China is used as an example of a country that has ancestor worship.

Africa

Africa is used as an example of a country with slavery.

America

America is used as an example of...

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