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Question 31Answer savedPoints out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhat two foodstuffs are primarily served at Yanomamo feasts? Select one:a. plantain and manioc b. game meat and plantain c. manioc and taro d. jaguar and tobacco Question 32Answer savedPoints out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhat name was given to the "wildcat miners" allowed on Yanomamo land by the Brazilian government in the 80s and 90s that resulted in the decimation of Yanomamo land and people?
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Question 33Answer savedPoints out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWithin Ojibwa culture, which of the following is a prerequisite before one can hunt or gather? Question 34 Answer saved Points out of 1 Flag question
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Question textWhat causes illness according to Yanomamo beliefs? Question 35Answer savedPoints out of 1Remove flagQuestion textWhich of the two statements below does Jared Diamond agree with more? Select one:a. People are basically all the same everywhere. b. In many basic ways people are not all the same. Question 36 Answer saved Points out of 1 Flag question
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Question textWith respect to kinship organization, Ojibwa bands tended to be Question 37Not yet answeredPoints out of 1Flag questionQuestion textBefore the middle of the nineteenth century, Ojibwa tools were fashioned out of stone, iron and bone. Question 38 Answer saved Points out of 1
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Flag question Question textHow did Ojibwa power and political organization differ from that of Europeans? Question 39Answer savedPoints out of 1Flag questionQuestion textWhat is the only crop the Yanomamo grow that is protected with fences and to be without is to beconsidered "poor"? Select one:a. plantain b. tobacco c. taro
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d. manioc Question 40Not yet answeredPoints out of 1Flag questionQuestion textEven though a lot of people around the world today still live in partly traditional ways, only a few human societies have been traditional for far longer than any society has been modern.
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