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1. Which of the following is NOT a common result of culture contact? (Points : 1) Coexistence with little impact on the less powerful society. Subordination of the less powerful society. Increased internal conflict within the less powerful society. Increased rate of suicide and alcoholism in the less powerful society. Question 2. 2. According to Ruth Benedict, which of the following was true of Zuñi culture? (Points : 1) People were expected to seek excess in any form, including the expression of strong feelings. People were encouraged to indulge in the exercise of authority. People were supposed to be delighted in any situation in which the individual stood alone. People were expected to exhibit moderation in emotional expression. Question 3. 3. American functionalism of the 1930s emphasized which of the following ideas? (Points : 1) The study of history should not be subordinated to the analysis of the elements of a culture. The evolution of culture should be the central focus of anthropological analysis. Societies survive because their customs have allowed them to cope successfully with their environments. The mechanics of culture is less important than its value system. Question 4. 4. The person most responsible for the rise in importance of fieldwork in American anthropology was (Points : 1) Sir Edward Burnett Tylor. Lewis Henry Morgan. Franz Boas. Ruth Benedict. Question 5. 5. One of Boas’ famous students who took up an interest in human psychology was (Points : 1) Margaret Mead. Claude Lévi-Strauss. Lewis Henry Morgan. Michel Foucault. Question 6. 6. Which of the following is most characteristic of participant observation? (Points : 1) Passive watching and note taking of people’s public behavior Accurate recording of people’s behavior when they are participating in the customs of their society Involvement in the day-to-day life of a society to gain fuller insight into the meanings of a people’s way of life Data gathering used by applied anthropologists to discover the most effective means of the changing their subject’s customs Question 7. 7. Employment in anthropology exists (Points : 1) almost exclusively in colleges and universities. in places as diverse as universities, government, private research organizations, museums, and corporations. mostly in museums. mostly in private research organizations. Question 8. 8. Ethnocentrism is the belief that (Points : 1) culture is central to understanding. one’s own group is superior to other groups. no group is superior to other groups. ethnicity is central to culture. Question 9. 9. The first anthropologist to hold a position at a university was (Points : 1) Carolus Linnaeus. Johann Blumenback. Lewis Henry Morgan. Sir Edward Burnett Tylor. Question 10. 10. According to Ruth Benedict, which of the following was true of Dobuan culture? (Points : 1) They believed that all deaths were results of murder. They exhibited great trust of one another, but were highly suspicious of strangers. Among adults only husbands and wives felt trust for one another. They believed that black magic was a rare cause of death.

1. Which of the following is NOT a common result of culture contact? (Points : 1)       Coexistence with little impact on the less powerful society.

Subordination of the less powerful society.

Increased internal conflict within the less powerful society.

Increased rate of suicide and alcoholism in the less powerful society.

Question 2. 2. According to Ruth Benedict, which of the following was true of Zuñi culture? (Points : 1)

People were expected to seek excess in any form, including the expression of strong feelings.

People were encouraged to indulge in the exercise of authority.

People were supposed to be delighted in any situation in which the individual stood alone.

People were expected to exhibit moderation in emotional expression.

Question 3. 3. American functionalism of the 1930s emphasized which of the following ideas? (Points : 1)

The study of history should not be subordinated to the analysis of the elements of a culture.

The evolution of culture should be the central focus of anthropological analysis.

Societies survive because their customs have allowed them to cope successfully with their environments.

The mechanics of culture is less important than its value system.

Question 4. 4. The person most responsible for the rise in importance of fieldwork in American anthropology was (Points : 1)

Sir Edward Burnett Tylor.

Lewis Henry Morgan.

Franz Boas.

Ruth Benedict.

Question 5. 5. One of Boas’ famous students who took up an interest in human psychology was (Points : 1)

Margaret Mead.

Claude Lévi-Strauss.

Lewis Henry Morgan.

Michel Foucault.

Question 6. 6. Which of the following is most characteristic of participant observation? (Points : 1)

Passive watching and note taking of people’s public behavior

Accurate recording of people’s behavior when they are participating in the customs of their society

Involvement in the day-to-day life of a society to gain fuller insight into the meanings of a people’s way of life

Data gathering used by applied anthropologists to discover the most effective means of the changing their subject’s customs

Question 7. 7. Employment in anthropology exists (Points : 1)

almost exclusively in colleges and universities.

in places as diverse as universities, government, private research organizations, museums, and corporations.

mostly in museums.

mostly in private research organizations.

Question 8. 8. Ethnocentrism is the belief that (Points : 1)

culture is central to understanding.

one’s own group is superior to other groups.

no group is superior to other groups.

ethnicity is central to culture.

Question 9. 9. The first anthropologist to hold a position at a university was (Points : 1)

Carolus Linnaeus.

Johann Blumenback.

Lewis Henry Morgan.

Sir Edward Burnett Tylor.

Question 10. 10. According to Ruth Benedict, which of the following was true of Dobuan culture? (Points : 1)

They believed that all deaths were results of murder.

They exhibited great trust of one another, but were highly suspicious of strangers.

Among adults only husbands and wives felt trust for one another.

They believed that black magic was a rare cause of death.

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