62) Thomas and his family recently toured the Gettysburg battlefield on their vacation. The area wasrich in history and memory. While walking, Thomas remembered all the accounts of the battle thathe had read in school. He finally understood why this place had such a special meaning inAmerican history and to Americans in general. Thomasʹs tour and thoughts were examples ofwhatmight occurin which of the following consumption situations?A) paranormal consumptionB) deity consumptionC) nostalgic consumptionD) profane consumptionE) sacred consumption62)
63) Jerry is very much in love with Anna, so he buys her flowers every week. His behaviour is anexample of how gift-giving can involve a:
63)64) Certain parts of Africa suffer from an epidemic AIDS. One of the reasons they believe a persongets AIDS is because they are being punished by God. Consequently, people that are victimized byAIDS are often shunned by members of the population. This example is an example of how________ can affect a culture.64)
65) Before going out for the evening, Mary has a shower, and spends about 45 minutes doing her hairand makeup. This transformation from a natural state to the social world illustrates which binaryopposition of grooming rituals?