example, there are several chapters that emphasize kinship and marriage styles this time. Also, you get a hint from the chapter titles [e.g. “Ju/’hoansi: Reciprocity and Sharing” or Nuer “Cattle and Kinship”] what might be stressed. In my “Lectures” or “Lecture Notes” I have pulled out many of the key words that are either in the chapter, in my lecture notes, or both. Question types: objective, possible essay II. Terms and Concepts, Key Words (Note: You may not be asked specific questions about all of these terms; however, the terms may be imbedded in other questions, and your comprehension of the terms will be assumed. Num, gangwasi, hxaro, Botswana, mongongo nuts, Kalahari Desert, joking relationship, avoidance relationship Poison oracle, polygyny, polyandry, sorcery, trickster tales, leveling mechanism Bambuti, Baka, egalitarianism,
sexual division of labor, African rain forest subsistence Sago palms, headhunters, fear of women, Big Men, pig feasts, fear of women, horticulture Patrilineage, longhouse, clan, mediums, gisaro Question type: objective, possible essay III. Other points: Culture groups not in your book: the Baka [movie and lecture] and the Asmat [movie and lecture]. No questions on the Dani.
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- Anthropology, Kalahari Desert, New Guinea, western New Guinea, E. E. Evans-Pritchard