Gebusi Questions anthro - a Friends b His story c Sharing...

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Chloe Castanheira 10/11/10 Anthropology Gebusi Questions Multiple Choice 1. Which three words does Knauft say Kogwayay conveys? a) Togetherness, friendship and similarity b) Similarity, kindness and togetherness c) Togetherness, friendship and kindness Answer #1: A 2. What is the main food planted in the Gebusi gardens? a) Corn b) Potatoes c) Bananas Answer #2: C 3. What did the Gebusi culture give to the author?
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Unformatted text preview: a) Friends b) His story c) Sharing their lives through their culture Answer #3 : C True or False 1. The two types of Gebusi sorcery are called Bogay and Ogowili. Answer: True 2. 2. Young men having sexual contact with boys is a right of passage and is considered normal in the Gebusi culture. Answer : true...
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