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7. Pidgin and creole languages develop historically and culturally in the same way. True or False? 8. The fact that the Mbuti have adopted the language of their neighboring non-pygmy villagers suggests that language may not be the sole determinant of cultural difference. True or False? 9. Neither the Sapir-Whorf hypothesis nor the Pinker hypothesis (i.e. language has no effect on one's worldview) alone can fully answer the nature (brain) versus nurture (culture) debate. True or False? 10. “It is nationalism which engenders nations, and not the other way round.” True or False? 11. An ascribed status is a status thatA. people have little or no choice about occupying.B. you choose for yourself.C. you earn, as when a successful law student becomes a lawyer.D. has a position of dominance in society; for example, that of a king. E. is based on standardized test scores.
12. Race (noun) is not a biological fact or reality, but made to appear so in our society. This is an exampleof the sociocultural construction of race. True or False? 13. What term refers to an organism's evident traits, or its "manifest biology?" A. manifest destiny
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