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Final%20Exam%20Study%20Guide - ANTH 1200 Spring 2009 Final...

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ANTH 1200 Spring 2009 Final Exam Study Guide Suggested Final Exam Study Guide The final exam is cumulative, but it will focus more heavily on the second half of the semester. You are responsible for the content of all the readings, films, and lectures regardless of whether they are included on this study guide . The following guide is intended to help focus your study, not to serve as a definitive be-all end-all list of topics or material. You should be able to define key terms and then give examples of them from a variety of sources. The exam will be similar to the midterm exam, but it will be longer in length and you should expect more writing. You must be able to pull examples for short answers from the entire course (including The Spirit Catches You and the introductory readings). You should review previous quizzes and paper prompts as well as the readings and your lecture notes. Introductory Terms and Ideas What is anthropology? Anthropological fieldwork/methods
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