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Question 1 0.5 pts Historically, European stratified societies with closed social classes functioned similarly to that of the Indian caste system....

Question 1

0.5 pts

Historically, European stratified societies with closed social classes functioned similarly to that of the Indian caste system. Their castes were called:​

​feuds

​peons

​varnas

​estates

 

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Question 2

0.5 pts

A unilineal descent group composed of at least two clans that share a supposedly common ancestry is called a:​

​phratry

​moiety

​lineage

​tribe

 

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Question 3

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The Boy Scouts of America would be classified by anthropologists as a "common-interest association."​

True

False

 

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Question 4

0.5 pts

The Maori were colonized by the:​

​English

​Spanish

​Dutch

​French

 

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Question 5

0.5 pts

Which Hindu grade is the lowest in the caste system?​

​Kshatriya

​Sudra

​Brahmans

​Dalits

 

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Question 6

0.5 pts

The most common approach to justice in state societies has been:​

​adjudication

​imprisonment

​negotiation

​trial by ordeal

 

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Question 7

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In which form of political organization do we find class ranking?

​tribe

​band

​state

​chiefdom

 

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Question 8

0.5 pts

Among the Kapauku, the tonowi, or "rich one," is the:​

​shaman

​ancestor

​king

​"big man"

 

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Question 9

0.5 pts

Why are the Aché Indians in Paraguay protesting today?

​deforestation and displacement caused by the state

​increasing amounts of violence and ethnocide carried out against them

​revitalization movement to revive their indigenous religion

​rising prices of food and taxation and decreasing wages

 

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Question 10

0.5 pts

An organized armed resistance or violent uprising to an established government or authority in power is known as a(n):​

​revolution

​insurgency

​tradition

​ethnocide

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