DSST Anthropology as a Discipline 2

Your answer explanation in such a society there is

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Your Answer: Explanation In such a society there is restricted access to the roles that are most highly valued. In societies that are the most diverse in terms of roles, social stratification will emerge as one of the most salient traits. Question 37 of 40 People notice or assess or evaluate class membership of others in various ways; the indications of which are manifest in different ways. Your Answer: Explanation Haviland mentions three ways that social classes become manifest within a society: verbal evaluation, patterns of association, and symbolic indicators.
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Question 38 of 40 In a stratified society, activities and possessions indicative of social class are called symbolic indicators. Your Answer: Explanation Examples: occupation, dress, wealth, recreation, residential location & house type, make of car, cultural activities etc. Question 39 of 40 The "rags-to-riches " belief is rampant in the USA, bolstered by traditional stories of people like Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Alva Edison, Booker T. Washington, Sam Walton, etc. . People who became wealthy or famous in their own lifetime, yet starting from very modest beginnings. Your Answer: Explanation In open-class societies, the stratification allows a great deal of mobility. Question 40 of 40 In nuclear families it is easier to accomplish upward mobility because the individual is not tied to as many people. Your Answer: Explanation Upward mobility refers to the ability to move upward in the class system. The individual can accomplish mobility through several means--occupational mobility, mobility through marriage, disassociation from a lower-class family by establishing a neolocal residence. Economic Organization Question 1 of 24 is the earliest human subsistence form and most stable. In this form, a unit of production is the same as a unit of consumption. Your Answer: Explanation
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Of 150 billion people who have lived, 60% were H&G, 99% of our time as a species has been as H&G. Foragers have limited material culture, and heavy dependence on social structure. They also maintain a low population. Question 2 of 24 People who survive on the collection of naturally occurring plants and animals are called hunter - gatherers. Your Answer: Explanation Until approximately 8,000 years ago, all humans foraged for wild food. Many cultures practiced hunting or gathering in some combination with animal husbandry (the practice of breeding and raising livestock) or agriculture. Question 3 of 24 Horticulture is the domestication of plants or gardening by using tools that require human power. Your Answer: Explanation It is characterized by increased labor intensity, surpluses and social stratification. Question 4 of 24
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