Select one a plantain and manioc b game meat and plantain c manioc and taro d

Select one a plantain and manioc b game meat and

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Select one: a. plantain and manioc
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b. game meat and plantain c. manioc and taro d. jaguar and tobacco Which of the following is not true of traditional societies? Select one: a. Traditional societies are far more diverse in many of their cultural practices than are modern societies. b. Compared to modern industrial states, traditional societies are more varied in their organization. c. While some traditional societies may have good solutions to some human problems, some also engage in practices that would make many in modern societies consider themselves blessed to have discarded. d. Traditional societies offer elderly people much more satisfying lives. What causes illness according to Yanomamo beliefs? Select one: a. germs introduced by European settlers b. gold miners c. hekura spirits sent by enemy Shamans d. vaccinations Before the middle of the nineteenth century, Ojibwa tools were fashioned out of stone, iron and bone. Select one: True False Prior to their settlement onto reservations, what dictated when Ojibwa bands would move from one settlement to another? Select one: a. Nothing, it was completely arbitrary. b. The decision to move was made by elected chiefs.
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c. the seasons and the environment particular to each band d. spiritual visions of animal "grandfathers" What is the name of the living space constructed by the Yanomamo that contains individual homes under one roof? Select one: a. garimpeiros b. shabono c. hut d. wayumi Which 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. What is the preferred form of marriage among the Yanomamo? Select one: a. diagonal cousin marriage b. horizontal cousin marriage c. cross cousin marriage d. parallel cousin marriage After contact with the Europeans, animals that the Ojibwa previously hunted mainly for trade were now trapped primarily for food. Select one: True False The Ojibwa believe their relationship with non-human spirits to be one of mutual trust and obligation. Select one:
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True False What animal exemplifies the theme of "nature vs. culture" in Yanomamo myth according to Chagnon? Select one: a. armadillo b. snake c. jaguar d. monkey According to Ojibwa beliefs about dreaming Select one: a. boys must discuss their first vision with the elders of the community. b. dreams and reality are clearly separated. c. to facilitate visionary dreams boys must eat a great feast. d. the primary form of contact between humans and the "grandfathers" is through dreams What epidemic was James Neel accused of perpetuating among the Yanomamo in the name of eugenics in a book by Patrick Tierney called "Darkness in El Dorado," a charge of which he was later cleared? Select one: a. smallpox b. mumps c. tuberculosis d. measles What do most Yanomamo spend 95% of their time doing in order to make a living?
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