510-210_Final_F0610Q - 0510-210.03 Cultural Anthropology...

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0510-210.03 Cultural Anthropology Final Exam Questions Fall 2006 Your final exam will consist of my choice of five of the following ten question sets. Each set of questions will be presented on a single sheet of paper with space to write your answers. The format is short answer, one to three sentences, and be sure to write in complete sentences. You are encouraged to prepare your answers as thoroughly as possible ahead of time, but no notes or other resources will be allowed during the exam. Remember to make copious use of examples from lectures, readings, films, and handouts. All of the films that we have seen are available at ETC, in the basement of the Wallace Library. If you’ve missed any, it would be a good idea to go see them. If you need a list of films or have any questions about the exam, email Dr. Middleton, [email protected] The exam will be on Friday,17 November, 2:45-4:45, in building 6, room A205 There will be a makeup exam Monday, 13 November between 12-4, room TBA 1) Economy and Exchange : In Class, we have talked about “continuum of social complexity” as a general correlation between several different social variables. For this question we’ll look at how exchange varies across this continuum. Industrial State State Chiefdom Tribe Band Foraging Extensive Agriculture Intensive Agriculture Mechanized Agriculture a) How does the mode of exchange vary across this continuum? You can label the figure above. b) How do the roles that exchange plays vary? c) Give an example from the movies or readings of an exchange that plays more than one role. d) What are some of the problems that can arise from integrating a small-scale economy with the global economy? Give an example from the readings or movies. e) Why do some small- or intermediate-scale economies do better than others as they integrate with the global economy? 2) Ritual and Superstition : Religion and beliefs that are commonly referred to as superstition are two sides of the same coin: both deal with humans’ interactions with the supernatural world.
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0510-210.03 Cultural Anthropology Final Exam Questions Fall 2006 a) Give an example from lecture, the readings, or the films of a supernatural belief or practice that could be described as a superstition. b) Does this belief serve some purpose other than what it appears to be at face value
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