$10.00 Help!anyone good with cultural anthropology
1. Foragers have been called the original affluent society because: (Points : 1)
a they were the first society to accumulate property.
b they develop great wealth and status.
c they were the first human society to develop the division of labor.
d they seem to acquire enough food with minimal amount of time and energy.
2. The marriage of several brothers to one woman: (Points : 1)
a is called polyandry.
b is called primogeniture.
c is necessary in pastoral societies.
d is called polygyny
3. A delayed return system is: (Points : 1)
a when items are consumed immediately upon accessing them.
b there is a time lag in labor performance and accessing the products.
c you have to store the food first.
d people frequently move.
4. The most common family type in foraging societies is: (Points : 1)
5. Fissioning: (Points : 1)
a adds conflict in a camp with the idea that someone doesn’t want to live with you.
b reduces resource pressure on the environment.
c restricts people’s flexibility to visit kin.
d makes the likelihood of survival decrease.
6. Marrying outside a group is called: (Points : 1)
7. According to anthropologists, what type of leader is considered a “big man”? (Points : 1)
a the largest man who consumes the most food
b a man who has the ability to sway fellow villagers through the process of gift giving
c a man who has the power to make all decisions on war
d a man who has been chosen to perform all rituals and sacred ceremonies
8. Which of the following would not belong to a man’s matrilineage? (Points : 1)
a his mother
b his daughter
c his mother’s brother
d his sister’s son
9. Competition among co-wives in a polygynous household is reduced when: (Points : 1)
a sororal polygyny is practiced.
b co-wives all live in the same household and share the same kitchen.
c the wives all live together.
d the co-wives father had multiple wives.
10. Carrying capacity is: (Points : 1)
a the ability of a hunter to carry heavy game on their back.
b the natural environment’s ability to sustain a people indefinitely.
c the amount foragers can carry from location to location when the move.
d the amount of food that can be grown on a plot of land.