Physical Anthropology and Anthropology
Ape to Man
Differences from modern
1. What I s the concept of the missing link and what were people looking for?
2. What was the importance of fire?
Twilight on Easter by Jared Diamond
1. Why is it surprising that anyone lived on Rano Raraku in the first place?
2. Why was the placement of the statues a mystery to the people who studied the
3. What were some of t
Textbook Study Guide Ch 2
1. What is the relationship between culture, ideology and belief?
2. What is the role of emotions, attitudes, and values when examining cultural
3. Explain what each of the following means
Textbook Study Guide Ch 4 or Ch 12
1. What is the role of culture in shaping a persons personality?
2. How is cross-cultural fieldwork an important part of the study of culture?
3. Define each of the following and give one examp
Essential Question: What are the possible outcomes when two cultures interact?
I. What are the basic aspects of culture and their manifestation?
A. Examination of the aspects of culture important to anthropologists.
Terms: Be able to define the following terms. It may help to group them together to be
sure you understand how they work together.
Textbook Study Guide Ch 5 or Ch 10
1. What are the differences between human and not human communication?
2. Name thee types of non-verbal communication that you use?
3. What is the controversy about language vs. speech in prima
Chapter 8: Marriage and the Family
1. What is the function of marriage in most societies?
2. Define each of the following types of marriage:
b. Serial Monogamy:
e. Group Marriage:
3. What ar
Bend It Like Bekham
Project Question Options:
Compare and contrast the families of Jess and Jules. Both of their parents objected
to them playing soccer but for different reasons. How were their objections
similar and dif
Baseball Ritual, Taboo, and Fetish Chart
Two examples from Baseball
1. What are three reasons that baseball players perform rituals?
2. What can make a player break his rituals?
3. Name a ritual th