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ANT 101 Week 2 Questions
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1. Benefits of cross cousin marriages in Australian Aboriginal societies are that it:
prohibits the sexual relations between certain categories of kin. expands the pool of marriageable women. involves the
marriage of the same sex siblings children. increases conflict between bands.
2. Marrying outside a group is called:
polygamy. monogamy. exogamy. endogamy.
3. Foragers usually move:
in the same groups from year to year. when resources decrease and / or the seasons change. when they can no longer
grow food in an area. when their individual property rights are questioned.
4. Cross cousins are defined as the children of:
your second cousins. your mother’s brother or father’s sister. your father’s brother or mother’s sister.
your parents’ cousins.
5. The size of foraging bands:
usually ranges from 75 to 100. is always larger during warmer weather than colder weather. is usually less than 50.
varies from one society to another depending on how much food they can grow.
6. The division of labor in foraging societies:
does not exist; everyone does the same work. is by age and sex. is by sex. depends primarily
on individualistic skills. .
7. Descent groups are:
nuclear families. extended families. groups who come together to complete a task.
groups that can trace their relationship through real or fictive kinship.
8. Headmen /headwomen depend on __________ to lead:
coercion bribery charisma age
9. Bilateral kinship is distinctive in that:
it forms a clear cut group of kin that can act as a corporate group.
with this system people cannot participate in activities with kin. there are no descent groups. it does not allow for the
development of kindreds.
10. Divorce among band societies is more frequent than industrial societies because
bands have a strong division of wealth. divorce in bands does not result in the breakdown of kinship ties.
cohabitation is practiced instead of marriage. it often takes place in the late years of marriage.
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