Midterm exam #2 review guidelines

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Midterm exam #2 review guidelines Peoples of the World (ANTH 2203) Prof. Misha Klein, University of Oklahoma, Spring 2008 The second midterm will be given in class on April 3, and will cover course material (readings, lectures, film) up through Week 11. For the exam, be sure to bring an empty blue book . The exam will follow the same structure as the first midterm, and will consist of matching, multiple-choice, fill-in- the-blank, short-answer, and long-answer questions. The following questions and terms are intended to help you prepare for the exam. In addition to this review sheet and the questions at the end of each chapter in your books, I encourage you to use the Mirror for Humanity Online Learning Center ( www.mhhe.com/kottakmfh6 ) to study. Review questions: The midterm will be drawn from this review sheet. On the exam, give detailed answers to the short and long questions. Be as specific as you can (who, what, where, and why, and sometimes when). Show us that you have read and understood by giving relevant examples and explaining what they mean. In your answers, be sure to indicate where you read or saw or heard the information. Remember that a simple outline will help you organize your thoughts and write a clearer, more organized answer. * What are the four types of gatherer-hunter societies that Friedl considers, and what is it about the structure of each that relates to the distribution of power and dominance between males and females? * According to Meredith Small, what is the menstrual taboo? How is it expressed in different countries around the world? * Does gender mostly have to do with women? Why or why not? * Discuss two examples of how gender roles have changed in relation to socio-economic changes. * Is gender always related to inequality and superiority/subordination? Give examples. * Kottak presents some generalities regarding the division of labor according to gender. What is the difference between generalities and universals, according to Kottak? Why is this difference important for understanding gender? * What is the “patrilineal-patrilocal complex” (in Kottak)?
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course ANTH 2203 taught by Professor Klein during the Spring '08 term at The University of Oklahoma.

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