The borrowing of cultural traits and patterns from other cultures is a concept

The borrowing of cultural traits and patterns from

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The borrowing of cultural traits and patterns from other cultures is a concept in anthropology  known as: diffusion Which of the following is defined as the ability or potential to bring about change through action  or influence-either one's own or that of a group or institution? power An anthropologist's suspension of judgment while attempting to understand a group's beliefs and  practices within their own cultural context is termed: cultural relativism. Which of the following anthropologists argued that power must be viewed as an aspect of all  human relationships? Eric Wolf Culture is a system of knowledge, beliefs, patterns of behavior, artifacts, and: institutions Commonplace norms, values, beliefs, practices, and institutions that cultivate the desire to  acquire consumer goods to enhance one's lifestyle constitute a culture of: consumerism ________ are commonly used as a strategy to collect quantitative data. surveys Franz Boas' attempts to document Native American cultures that were devastated by the  westward expansion of settlers are called: salvage ethnography. Ethnography written for government agencies and nongovernmental organizations that addresses problems in the community is known as ________ anthropology. public ________ provides protection to people who may be vulnerable if they share intimate details of  their lives with ethnographers. anonymity Fieldwork is considered a ________ for students because it creates a common bond among  professionals in the field. rite of passage In an age of intensifying globalization, ________ remains a critical research strategy that  provides a deep insight and understanding of the myriad parts of our informants' everyday lives  and cultures. participant observation Ethnographers' awareness that they should engage in critical self-examination regarding the role  they play in the research process is known as: reflexivity
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How did early twentieth-century anthropology differ from the anthropology practiced in the  nineteenth century Europe? Nineteenth-century anthropologists were mostly interested in  present-day cultures as they existed, but twentieth-century anthropologists were interested in the  processes by which cultures changed. Linguistic anthropologists have discovered that the languages spoken in Europe such as Latin,  English, German, and Greek are derived from an earlier language they call: Proto-Indo- European. ________ is the linguistic ability to refer to events or objects not present or to events that are  happening in the future or past. displacement According to the textbook, the ________ government has struggled to monitor and censor highly
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