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Chapter 11 / Exercise 018
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12)A key insight of contemporary anthropology about kinship is that:a.Kinship is reducible to biology. b.People related by blood are always the most favored members of a kin group. c.Genealogical connections are but a small subset of the ways in which people create relationships with one another.d.Kinship, while once a useful category for analysis, is no longer relevant in light of new reproductive technologies such as in-vitro fertilization.
13) What have anthropologists learned by studying kinship relations across cultures?
14)Bob tells Susan that the presence of male or female genitalia is all you need to know in order to assert how a person should behave, dress, act or speak. Bob is 3
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wrongly asserting a direct and natural correlation between ____________ and ___________.
15) ____________ is a representation of particular identities (e.g. caste, class, race, ethnicity, and nation) as if they were a result of biology or nature rather than history and culture.
16) ________________ is a scholarly practice demonstrating how the categories we may take as natural are in fact culturally constructed and open to change.a.Naturalizing discourse.b.De-naturalization.c.Biocultural.d.Medical Pluralism.
17) Discussions of race that wrongly seek biological foundations for racial categoriesoften presume a straightforward link between race and biology. The technical terms for this are that they presume that, with race, there is a neat relationship between ______________ and ______________.
18) While not necessarily agreeing that the term describes their group identity, indigenous people in Australia often take up the category “aboriginality” as a conscious political strategy to fight their exclusion and claim their rights from the Australian state. This is an example of:
19) Which of the following is NOT true of social inequalities:
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