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CHAPTER 7 FAMILIES 1. Tibetan women may have more than one husband simultaneously, which allows for: A. sons to share the limited amount of good land. B. greater diversity in child reproduction. C. enforcement of the social norm prohibiting infidelity among wives. D. all of the above Answer: A Page: 140 2. Among the Yanomami of Brazil and Venezuela, it is considered proper to have sexual relations with one’s opposite-sex cousins if they are the children of one’s mother’s brother or father’s sister. But it is considered incest if one’s opposite-sex cousins are: A. the children of one’s mother’s sister or father’s sister. B. the children of one’s mother’s brother or father’s brother. C. the children of one’s mother’s sister or father’s brother. D. the children of one’s mother’s mother or father’s father. Answer: C Page: 140 4. Which of the following does the U.S. Census define as a family? A. a group of two or people or more related by birth, marriage, or adoption and residing together B. a married couple and their unmarried children living together C. two unrelated adults who have chosen to share each other’s lives in a relationship of mutual caring D. all of the above Answer: A Page: 141 6. What is the difference between a family and a kin group? A. The family is a household unit, and kin do not always live together. B. Kin is a household unit, but a family does not always live together. C. Family units include aunts and uncles, but a kin group does not. D. Kin groups and families are identical. Answer: A Page: 141 12. A married couple, their children, and other relatives—such as grandparents, aunts, or uncles—living together in the same household constitute a (an): A. nuclear family. B. extended family. C. matrilocal family. D. patrilocal family. Answer: B Page: 142
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13. Which of the following is considered an extended family? A. a college sorority B. the Arapesh tribe of New Guinea C. Beverly, her husband Bob, and their two children, Barry and Bonnie D. a married couple, their children, and the husband’s sister all living together in the same home Answer: D Page: 142 17. Which of the following is an example of serial monogamy? A. Dave is married to Sheila, but they get divorced and he marries Marlene. After they get divorced, he marries Janet, and when she dies, he marries Lorraine. B. Maria is married to Juan. Juan dies and Maria marries Carlos. C. Steve shares an apartment with Bonnie for five years, but then he marries Jessica, and they buy a home of their own. D. both A and B Answer: D Page: 143 18. Steve and Mary are married and then get a divorce. Steve then marries Rachel, and they get a divorce, too. Steve remarries Mary and lives with her until she dies. After Mary’s death, Steve marries Beth and lives with her until his death. Steve’s life would be an example of: A. polygamy. B.
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