Introduction to Cultural Anthropology – Final Exam – 12/16/11 834. Which of the following works best as an example of the linguistic relativity principal?
35. An anthropologist who studies phonology is most likely to examine: a. The sounds of language, the ways in which the pronunciation of vowels differs by class and social region. b. The structure of language, the ways in which some high school students use the word “like” to introduce quotations c. The meaning of language, the ways in which the meaning of the word “knave” has shifted over time d. The use of linguistic forms in social situations, the ways in which Hmong community members greet each other on the street and in their houses.
36. Which of the following statements best fits with Jane Hill’s discussion of mock Spanish?
37. Charles Hirschkind’s study of people who listen to cassette tapes of sermons in Cairo was primarily concerned with: