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Anthropology 1102 Midterm Exam key

Anthropology 1102 Midterm Exam key - Midterm Exam ANTH 1102...

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Midterm Exam ANTH 1102: Introduction to Anthropology Instructor: Jason J. González Sem: Fall 2008 Class: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 9:05-9:55 Last Name First Name ID # 810_________ Multiple Choice (40 points) (Choose the best answer out of the five choices) 1. What are the four subdisciplines of anthropology? a. medical anthropology, ethnography, ethnology, and cultural anthropology. b. archaeology, biological anthropology, applied linguistics, and applied anthropology. c. biological anthropology, linguistic anthropology, cultural anthropology, and archaeology. d. genetic anthropology, physical anthropology, psychological anthropology, anthropology and linguistics. e. primatology, ethnology, cultural anthropology, and paleoscatology. 2. What did Charles Darwin propose was the mechanism driving evolution? a. catastrophism b. culpability c. natural selection d. creationism e. lamarkianism 3. Which is not true about culture? 4. An examination of racial taxonomies from around the world indicates that 5. What is the study of communication through body movements, stances, gestures, and facial expressions?
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6. According to Kottak, what is anthropology? a. the art of ethnography b. the study of long-term physiological adaptation c. the study of the stages of social evolution d. the humanistic investigation of myths in nonindustrial societies e. the exploration of human diversity in time and space 7. When do the first hominoid (group includes all apes) fossils appear? 8. What are cultural particulars?
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