DSST Anthropology as a Discipline 2

Question 14 of 17 typically the non warlike people

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Question 14 of 17 Typically, the non-warlike people are the food foragers , who live more in sync with their environment, see themselves as part of the natural world and themselves as a harmonious part of it. Your Answer: Explanation In general, the warlike peoples will see themselves as manipulating their environment, as controlling it, dominating it. Question 15 of 17 The larger the society, the more formal its forms of sanctions tend to become. Your Answer: Explanation A sanction is a penalty for violating a moral principle or law. The more coercion the sanctions require, the greater likelihood for resentment and resistance among the people. Question 16 of 17 Coercive governments of fascism, tyranny, dictatorships, etc. tend to be relatively short -lived. Your Answer: Explanation In fact, the coercive arms of a government, such as armies and the military, may themselves prove to be a dangerous political force, which is not overlooked by many in power. Question 17 of 17 Legitimacy is a primary form of support for the existing political leadership. Its basis for support lies less in coercion and more in the internalized value systems of the people. Your Answer:
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Support for a monarchy may lie in the people's belief that the monarchy has a divine right to its position. Examples of this include medieval Europe and pre-colonial Hawaii. Legitimacy lasts as long as the holder of power satisfies the expectation of the people to fulfill their needs based on their norms (economic, religious, etc.) Religion Question 1 of 28 In the evolution of religion, the fusion of religious and cultural elements progressed into cult and magic, followed by the formation of specific religious institutions e.g., shamanism. Your Answer: Question 2 of 28 Religious institutions were a social institution, not a theological , philosophical, or psychological phenomenon. Your Answer: Explanation It was a set of institutionalized beliefs and practices that deal with the ultimate meaning of life. Belief stems from their experience with the real world. Question 3 of 28 Religion is a group phenomenon so it is important to see how an individual's behavior is shaped by the group, and how group behavior shapes and is influenced by that of larger society . Your Answer: Explanation One of the problems in a society is the different and mixed emotions for individuals of the group. Question 4 of 28 Among primitive people, some persons are considered to have special powers of acting as middlemen between man and god. Such persons are called shamans. Your Answer: Explanation A shaman performs certain rituals concerning magic and religion to save the tribe in times of crisis. Question 5 of 28 Revitalization Movements are conscious efforts to build an ideology that will be relevant to changing cultural needs. Your Answer:
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