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COURSES > JACK CONLEY SECTION 1 > CHAPTER CONTENTS > CHAPTER 6: KINSHIP AND DOMESTIC LIFE (PAGES 128 - 153) > REVIEW ASSESSMENT: CHAPTER 6 EXAM
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Review Assessment: Chapter 6 Exam Chapter 6 Exam Completed 13 out of 20 points Question 1 Multiple Choice 0 of 1 points Kin are defined Selected Answer: as anyone with whom an individual relation. Correct Answer: differently from culture to culture. Question 2 Multiple Choice 0 of 1 points A schematic way of presenting a family tree, beginning with the earliest ancestors that can be traced, is called
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Question 2 Multiple Choice 0 of 1 points Selected Answer: a kinship diagram. Correct Answer: genealogy. Question 3 Multiple Choice 1 of 1 points The kinship system that highlights the importance of women by tracing descent through the female line is referred to as Selected Answer: matrilineal descent. Correct Answer: matrilineal descent. Question 4 Multiple Choice 1 of 1 points The most common form of descent is Selected Answer: unilineal descent. Correct Answer: unilineal descent.
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Question 5 Multiple Choice 1 of 1 points Neolocality is most common among which of the following groups? Selected Answer:
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