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Sample Questions-- Mid-Term-- Fall 2011

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Mid-Term Sample Questions -- Fall 2011 True/False Indicate whether the statement is true or false. ____ 1. Some 50 years after Margaret Mead published Coming of Age in Samoa , the book's findings were challenged by Derek Freeman. ____ 2. "Communities of Practice" possess their own specialized vocabularies. ____ 3. Silence (i.e., not speaking) has different meanings in Japan and the United States. ____ 4. Lévi-Strauss' theory maintains that the human mind thinks in binary oppositions. Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 5. Functionalist theory that focused on how cultures met the needs of individuals was developed by
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Unformatted text preview: a. Claude Lévi-Strauss. b. Alfred Radcliffe-Brown. c. Bronislaw Malinowski. d. Franz Boas. ____ 6. The study of the sound structure of a language is a. phonology. b. morphology. c. the study of grammar. d. the study of syntax. ____ 7. An example of a bound morpheme is ____. a. art b. sun c. paint d. ist ____ 8. The number of discrete languages that exist in the world today is approximately a. 100. b. 550. c. 1400. d. 6000. TRUE/FALSE MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. pg. 78 5. pg. 73-76 2. pg. 137 6. pg. 124 3. pg. 134 7. pg. 125 4. pg. 80 8. pg. 120...
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