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anthtest3answered - ANTH 26.THIRD HOUR EXAM 1/7 WHATS WHAT...

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ANTH 26 . THIRD HOUR EXAM November 21, 2005 1 / 7 WHAT’S WHAT? In the blank next to each term, write the number of the descriptive phrase, given below, which best defines that term. Note the example. [2 points each, 20 points total]   13 _ Acephalous society _____1 Consubstantiation _____5 Cross-cutting ties _____8 Dual Economy ____12 Hut Tax ____14 Paternalism _____6 Punitive Expedition _____2 Social Contract _____9 Target Worker ____15 The colour bar ______ The Repugnancy Rule 1. the belief that people who share material interests are also morally and spiritually united. 2. the belief that laws arise from the rational choices of self-interested individuals 3. the belief that those indigenous practices which were incompatible with European values should be banned in African colonies. 4. The acceptance of stereotypes and other prejudices that shelter one’s sense of self from the experiential contradictions of colonial society 5. the belief that underneath the superficial cultural differences, Europeans and Africans are essentially the same 6. Typically massive and indiscriminate reactive use of force. 7. Social order through a web of relations. 8. A colonial situation resulting from deliberate policies and laws creating of financial advantages for local whites at the expense of Africans 9. A migrant laborer working to save an amount needed to meet a particular need, such as taxes, school fees, etc. 10. An African working as a wage laborer on land alienated from African ownership 11. A person despised by others for collaborating with colonial powers 12. A method of generating a work force for colonial estates and industries by creating an artificial need for cash among Africans 13. A system organization without centralized political authority 14. The officially stated philosophy behind Belgian colonial policy in the Congo between 1908 and 1960. 15. laws and practices supporting racial segregation in African colonies 16. The inability of colonial administrations to anticipate the emergence of African politicians and political parties as independence approached WHO’S WHO? In the blank next to each description, write the number from the list below that identifies the person being described. Note the example.
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