Test # 4 Anthro Study Guide (2)

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Jump to Navigation Frame   Your location: Home Page  ›  Exams  ›  Exam 1  ›  Assessments  ›  View All Submissions  › View Attempt  View Attempt 1 of 1  Title: Exam 4 Started: November 16, 2010 8:56 AM Submitted: November 16, 2010 9:49 AM Time spent: 00:53:06  Total score: 58/100 = 58%   Total score adjusted by 0.0  Maximum possible score: 100  1.   Development projects are much more likely to succeed if they are based on traditional social organizations and  respond to locally perceived needs.  Student Response Correct Answer True  True Score: 2/2    2.   In the field, ethnographers strive to establish rapport: a good, friendly working relationship based on personal  contact   
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  Score: 0/2    3.   All of the following are characteristic field techniques of the ethnographer except    Score: 0/2    4.   The characteristic field techniques of the ethnographer are participant observation, the genealogical method,  and in-depth interviewing.  Student Response True  Score: 2/2   
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5.   Traditional ethnographic research focused on the single community or "culture," which was treated as more or  less isolated and unique in time and space. However,    Score: 0/2    6.   With the term "sex," anthropologists are referring to biological differences. In contrast, they define gender as    Score: 2/2    7.  
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Which of the following statements about the world system is not true?    Score: 0/2    8.   Ethnographers typically have done research outside of their nations of origin. To work in a host country and  community, researchers must obtain the  informed consent  from all affected parties which includes    Score: 0/2    9.  
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The capitalist world economy is a single world system, which emerged in the 16th century, committed to  production for sale, with the object of supplying domestic needs rather then maximizing profits.  Student Response True  Score: 0/2    10.   The United States of American has always been a core nation.  Student Response False  Score: 2/2    11.  
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This note was uploaded on 02/11/2011 for the course ANTHO 105 taught by Professor Synder during the Spring '11 term at WVU.

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