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Survey of African Amercan Culture
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Survey of African American Culture th Study Guide for Midterm Examination on  March 24  2016  (on Thursday)  Part I: Culture  Multiple Choice Questions­­Please review the Scupin excerpt on Culture see Resources  folder on Sakai. 1. 40 2. 40 3. 43 4. 40 SAMPLE QUESTION  _____5.There are a number of different ways one can learn things. Both humans and other animals  learn by trial­and­error (what is called situational learning) and by social learning. The form of  learning that is uniquely human and provides the basis for the capacity for culture is known as  __________. A. moment learning B. critical learning C. symbolic learning D. crux learning E. inventive learning 5. C 41 (answer for sample question) 6. 41 7. 43 SAMPLE QUESTION ____8. The term "ideology" refers to: A. signs and symbols used to communicate particular ideas B. beliefs and values supporting the interests of a group C. specific expressions of material culture D. a faulty or misguided worldview 8. Answer B from page 46 9.  48 10.  48 1 Part II Themes  Multiple Choice Questions­­Please review the “Themes” section of Key Debates otherwise  titled “Thematic Introduction: The Politics of Difference” (only pages LV­LXII) Nature, Culture, and Slavery [SAMPLE QUESTION] _____11. A century and a half after the first Africans arrived in the English colony of  Jamestown, African American began to participate publicly, in print and in speeches,  in debate about their own enslavement.  After ______________ published his/her  slave narrative in __________, Africans in the United States employed a variety of  forums.   a. Briton Hammon ….. 1760 b. Phillis Wheatley…. 1843 c. Lucy Terry ….. 1620  d. None of the above (Answer A) (p. LV) 12. LV 13. LVII Nature, Culture, and Slavery 14   LVIII 15   LVIII 16. LVIII 17. LVIII 18.  LIX 19. LIX 20.  LIX Migration and Emigration 21.  LX 22.  LX 23.  LX  24. LXI Separatism versus Integration 2 25 LXI 26 LXII 27 LXII 28 LXII  29 LXII 30 LXII Part III: Unit 1 Identification (only Unit 1) from Key Debates: pages 8 through 33. Please identify the author  and explain how the issue presented by the author relates to African American culture.  Be  specific and make certain to reference what you state.  page 8 Author: _______________________ Explain: _______________________  page 13  Author: _______________________ Explain: _______________________    page 14.  Author: _______________________ Explain: _______________________  page 19  Author: _______________________ Explain: _______________________  page 23 Author: _______________________ Explain: _______________________  page 33 Author: _______________________ Explain: _______________________  Part IV: Excerpt, Unit 2, 5, and 6 You will have to choose one of the three possible prompts that involve the Units or Excerpts  read throughout the course and mentioned in the course syllabus up to the Midterm period.   You will have to be thorough with specific and precise information, names, people, terms etc. etc. etc. You should also have a thesis or main idea that helps to answer the question and that  strings together all your points.  (1) African American Cultural Representation (excerpts on Sakai and Key Debates) 3 (stereotypes, literature, art, music, spirituality, speeches, Spirituals, Gospel, etc.—)  (2) Back to Africa (emigration/migration) (Unit 2 and/or Unit 5) (3) PanAfricanism  (separatism/integration) (Unit5 and/or Unit 6) 4


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