ANTH 1120-Final Study NotesSection A→ Short answers: Choose 4 from 8 [5 x 4=20 marks]Section B→ Essay #1: Choose 1 from 2 [20 marks]Section C→ Essay #2: 1 mandatory question [20 marks]ETHNOGRAPHIC EXAMPLES⇨who, where, date and the significance of the group ●North Sentinel Island↳the indigenous peopleof an near India↳they resist contact with the outside world, and are among the last people to remain virtually untouched and uncontactedby modern civilization↳hunter-gatherer society subsistingthrough hunting, fishing, and collecting wild plants. There is no evidence of either agriculturalpractices or methods of producing fire●Residential schools↳1840- Residential school was run by churches to assimilate Indigenous children into Euro-Canadian culture.↳Assimilate:a person or a group's language and/or culture come to resemble those of another group●Global subcultures↳They challenge the idea of conformity→ compliance with standards, rules, or laws."conformity toregulations"↳behavior in accordance with socially accepted conventions or standards.↳Before globalization and the internet these meic genre would NOT have travelled around the world↳eg.Death Metal in Botswana■Started in America but performs in Botswana↳eg.Hardcore in South Korea■Not as extreme as Death metal; From USA but more popular in Korea●“Being Alive Well”↳Related to Health ↳Anthropological analysis of health theory in the social sciences with specific reference to the JamesBay Cree of northern Quebec. ↳argues that definitions of health are not simply reflections of physiological soundness but convey broader cultural and political realities. ↳General definition and explored an expanded notion of health, health is politics●Spirit Possession in Malaysia↳In Malaysia during the 1970s through the 1980s, young girls and women working in factories were supposedly becoming possessed by spirits.↳Women will be possessed at work→ this was seen as a health issue↳spirit possession is a way of rebelling without the punishment. ↳possessions were a response related to rapid industrialization in Malaysia. ↳They were thought to be the women's way of protesting their harsh working conditions and sexual harassment. ↳Anthropologist said that it was a way for spirits to find a way for people to act without getting in trouble●Infant death in northeast Brazil↳Death without weeping↳People in Brazil thought that babies didn't want to live and go straight to heaven so parents didn't not have affection or material connection to dying babies↳material poverty, illness, and child-loss and a mother’s ability to practice moral judgment and to express maternal love.