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Anth 11 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology, Sections 1 and 2, Dr. Jan English-Lueck Study Guide Quiz 1; Spring 2010 Be prepared to define, identify and provide examples for each of these topics on the quiz. The quiz will consist of multiple-choice questions, short essays and a choice of one long essay. 1. Define anthropology. In the United States, what are the four sub-fields of Anthropology? 2. How do anthropologists understand the concept of race? 3. Distinguish ethnography and ethnology? 4. What is the difference between emic and etic? 5. What is cultural relativism? 6. What is ethnocentrism? 7. Identify different levels of social organization at which culture is generated? 8. What is the definition of culture? 9. What is meant by the phrase, “culture is adaptive?” 10. What is culture shock? 11. What are the stages of field research? 12. What is participant-observation? 13. Define an interview schedule? How does it differ from a survey?
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