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AnthroSampleExam3 - Exam #3 - Summer 2003 1) According to...

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Exam #3 - Summer 2003 1) According to Piaget, the concept of conservation is dependent on A) the recognition that the environment can be destroyed by human actions. B) the ability to reverse mental actions. C) exposure to more authoritarian child-rearing techniques. D) an upbringing that does not expose one to differing world views. 2) The term "senior-citizen" would designate what type of group? A ) age-grade B) age-set C) age association D) gender-set 3) In what type of society are babies not held more than 25 percent of the time? A) hunter-gatherer B) horticultural C) industrial D) pastoral 4) Of the following, which is not a power of the state? A) tax collection B) drafting men for the military C ) establishing marriage patterns D) decree and enforce laws 5) In how many societies do people decorate or adorn their bodies? A) a few B) many C) fifty percent D) all 6) People tend to be punished by gods for immoral behavior A) in most societies. B) in only some rare societies. C) when there are considerable differences in wealth in a society. D) when the rulers of a society receive their power from the gods. 7) In which kind of society are gods most likely to he viewed as aggressive and malevolent?
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A) societies with external war B) societies with hunting and gathering technologies C) societies with punitive or hurtful child-rearing practices D) societies with nuclear-family households 8) An association that only contains males, and functions to provide men refuge from females is a(n) A) age-grade. B) age-set. C) unisex association. D) kindred association. 9) Monotheistic religions generally have beliefs in A ) a supreme supernatural being together with lower ranked supernaturals. B) only one supernatural being. C) a dual existence for all living things. D) forces of nature, rather than anthropomorphised gods. 10) In contrast to tribes, chiefdoms have all of the following except A) generally denser populations. B) some formal multi-community authority structure. C) more nomadic communities. D) greater economic production. 11) Which of the following artistic styles is most likely in an egalitarian society? A) a relatively "crowded" design B) enclosed figures C) greater use of varied colors D) symmetrical design 12) Cross-cultural studies show that which type of society is most likely to emphasize self-reliance and individual assertiveness? A) hunter-gatherer societies B) horticultural societies C) pastoral societies D) societies with intensive agriculture
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13) Upon receiving a Master's degree, it could be said that a student had gained A ) an achieved quality. B) an ascribed quality. C) a partial education. D) a universally ascribed quality. 14)
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