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ANTH 1120- FIRST TERM EXAM REVIEWExam format:15 Fill in the blanks (2 points each) total 30 points5 multiple choice (4 points each) total 20 points3 short answers (you will choose 3 out of 4 options) (10 points each) total 30 points1 longer answer/essay question (you will choose 1 out of 2 options) total 20 pointsKey Terms1)Anthropology2)Culture3)Implicit/tacit culture4)explicit culture5)Culture shock6)Enculturation7)Emic perspective8)Etic perspective9)ethnocentrism10) ethnocentric fallacy11) cultural relativism12) relativistic fallacy13) armchair anthropology14) Participant observation15) ethnographic fieldwork16) ethnography17) socio-cultural anthropology18) Cultural text19) Thick description20) Worldview21) Symbolic actions22) Symbol23) Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis24) Metaphor25) Ritual26) Economic Anthropology27) Relations of production28) Labour relations29) Division of labor30) Hunting and gathering (aka Foraging)31) Horticulture (slash-and-burn agriculture)32) Pastoralism33) Agriculture34) Population growth/density35) Civilized36) Primitivism37) Progress38) Colonialism39) Economic development40) Lewis Henry Morgan41) Structural Violence42) Social suffering43) Industrial Revolution44) Commodification45) Commodity Fetishism46) Enclosure movement47) Capitalism48) Race (as in illusion/ideology/myth and apowerful social reality49) Hypodescent50) Folk Taxonomy51) Samuel George Morton52) Institutional or structural racismPossible Short Answer Questions1)Identify and explain the attributes of culture? How do they enable us to understand people/human
2)diversity?3)What is the difference between explicit and tacit culture? Explain using examples.

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