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Name: i)*'o R".> \3{ 1? Score: q1" EXAM I GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY Each of the following questions is worth two points. Questions with multiple sections may receive partial credit. 1. What do anthropologists do? a. Study contemporary humans anel their culture b. Study peoples of the past c. Study humans as biological organisms d. BandConly /d-!A.ll of the above \---/ $A*"are oldowan choppers found? @Afri.a only Africa and Asia Africa, Asia and Europe The Americas 3. Ideally, cultural anthropologists,experience cultures of the world first hand through a research technique known as -Fqr\ ictfto\ oh*rrro{;u," . of which Bronislaw Malinowski *as u nfr- prJponent. 4. Put these tool ftaditions in chronological order from oldest to youngest: Oldor^r4 ,{.i.*/..r, flo"';{art'n Oldowan, Mousterian, Achylean 5. In an effort to combat.ethnocentrism and culture-bound theory, anthropologists should attempt to maintain fir\ \,., f-\ |e-C , , ; : na - , an idei first proposed by Franz Boas, the "Father of American Anthropology." 6. True ot6'5!lall aspects of human life are amenable to scientific inquiry. 7. Name 2 groups to which anthropologists have ethical obligations and explain in a few words why anthropologists have ethical obligations to these groups. (0.5 point, each part) l.'Rr:,:- ,,"r\.o {'"n,} {Leir flrSgqrck, ,r^ri\|.,e;\ '\htlr S..ii?.',tf 4."}}'r"t'plo3;s}: to*\J .,ro.\ t e c,.Lit {,o si,$y ar rn.rcl . 2. tLosq- wko tLey N&l Thcy .is eL\,5*\eg\ +" X"^'u* *l.e;r Q,u\1 g{r'ar1h+ cr.,hon \ooc A u.*l^to utf / 100 b. €,) d. [t\kl n) o.[ou\ dl..or ?n$o
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8. This approach to science, developed by Isaac Newton, assumes that the origin of an idea is irrelevant, as long as it can be tested in a reality that exists. a. Uniformitarianism @ Hypothetico-deduction c. Induction d. Positivism e. None of the above
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