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3. How did homicide victims in Detroit differ from homicide victims among the Navajo? A. Most victims in Detroit were unrelated. B. Most victims in Detroit were children. C. Most victims in Detroit were spouses. D. Most victims in the Navajo study were outsiders. E. Most victims in the Navajo study were unrelated.
4. Which of the following was a conclusion from the Navajo study?
Anthropology 1350: Deviance: A Cross-Cultural Perspective Keycode 2527 Lesson 4 Progress Evaluation Page 2 B. True/False: Type T (true) or F (false) in the blank beside each question. 4 questions, 1 point each, 4 points total 5. T The highest homicide rates in the world are in sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America. 6. T The Navajo study is considered a harbinger of what is now commonly recognized as classic cases of domestic violence. 7. F What is considered murder is cross-culturally universal. 8. F

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