Why did Margaret Mead find Samoan adolescence different in...

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Lesson 2 Progress Evaluation Anthropology 1350: Deviance: A Cross-Cultural Perspective Keycode: 2527 Name: Tyler Prasse Mizzou Online ID: 14277313 E-Mail: [email protected] 13 questions, 20 points total A. Multiple-choice: Please highlight or bold the correct answer for each question. 5 questions, 1 point each, 5 points total 1. Why did Margaret Mead find Samoan adolescence different in experience than in the United States? A. In Samoa teenagers were faced with many more contradictory choices than in the United States. B. Teenagers in Samoa enjoyed a much more carefree life where conflicts were avoided. C. Teenagers in Samoa were given less freedom to choose their own goals than in the United States. D. In Samoa, teenagers were forced to marry at an earlier age than in the United States. E. The work from weaving, babysitting, and fishing left the Samoan teenagers very little time to socialize.
2. What did Michael Harner’s research on European witchcraft during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries reveal?

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