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Anthropology 1000 (Linnekin). STUDY QUESTIONS FOR FINAL EXAM The final exam is cumulative but will emphasize the latter half of the course. You are responsible for all of the documents and assigned readings posted on our HuskyCT site and for videos assigned or shown in class. You should also review the Mid-Term Study Guide; questions not asked on the Mid-Term Exam are fair game for the Final Exam. For external material (Web Links and links in posted documents), you are expected to have read the external material to the extent that you could answer a basic True/False question about the general content, but you will not be asked specific details unless the material at that link was specifically discussed in lecture. Exam seating: As we did for the Mid-Term, we will seat you in the room. You will help everyone by filling in the seats starting at the front of the room, leaving an empty seat between you and the next student, and working back. When all of those seats are occupied, start filling in the empty seats beginning with the front rows and working back. Make sure all of your gear is stowed completely under your seat or placed against an outer wall, and be sure to turn off and stow away all electronic devices . All papers, obviously, must be out of sight. You’ll get started on the exam more quickly if you follow these instructions (thanks in advance). Return of exams: We are prohibited from leaving exams in a public place for pick-up. If you want your exam returned right away, please give your TA a mailing envelope with your campus address or pick up the exam in person in January. I. Review guidelines for the textbook: Your class notes, discussion section exercises, online documents, and the list below are a guide to the areas of emphasis that you should focus on. Rather than re-reading or browsing chapters, use the questions and study materials at the end of each chapter to focus your review. II. Guidelines for shorter assigned articles, essays, and book chapters: Focus on readings that have been referred to in lecture or in your Discussion Section. I do not expect you to remember authors' names. On the exam, the shorter readings will be identified by author, title, and/or subject matter. Don’t memorize terms given in the indigenous language unless they were emphasized in class (see the list below). A good
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