intro101 exam1 review 2007

Intro101 exam1 - cline or clinal distribution “social race” underground economy “whiteness” “primitives” participant observation

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Anthropology 101 Marc Edelman Fall 2007 Examination #1 REVIEW SHEET The examination will cover ALL lectures and ALL readings listed on the syllabus from weeks I - VI. You must understand the main arguments, the evidence, the geographical focus (if any), and the key terms of each reading. It will consist of about 25 multiple choice questions. You must bring #2 pencils. The following are among the terms and concepts that may appear on the examination: Georgia achieved vs. ascribed status Abkhazia minority ethnography cultural relativism ethnology natural selection “race” “culture” “ethnicity”
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Unformatted text preview: cline or clinal distribution “social race” underground economy “whiteness” “primitives” participant observation peasantries female circumcision hypodescent Burakamin human populations 4 subdisciplines or subfields of anthropology group rights patriarchy universal rights “cultural defenses” forensic anthropology enculturation infibulation unmarked or “empty” category culturally constructed matriarchy assimilation “slavery hypertension hypothesis” interview schedule key informant subcultures export processing zone “one-drop rule”...
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2008 for the course AN-C 101 taught by Professor Edelman during the Fall '07 term at CUNY Hunter.

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