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Traditional Cultures of the World

by: Elsa Carroll

Traditional Cultures of the World ANTH 304

Elsa Carroll
Cal State Fullerton
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Date Created: 09/30/15
ANTH 304 Summer 2006 Study Guide for Midterm 1 The midterm will be approximately half objective multiple choice truefalse matching and half essay Remember to bring a Scantron 882E a 2 pencil and a Blue Book Key terms and concepts Anthropological Terms and Concepts on handoutisee website Other anthropology terms amp concepts Band tribe egalitarian pastoralism hunter gathering horticulture age set age grade slash amp burn lineage clan characteristics of H G Past amp Hort lifestyle Africa InterTropical Convergence Zone ITCZ Great Escarpment sahel or steppe Arctic tundra taiga food supply of Inuit food supply of Nenetsi tipi vs igloo where do the Inuit and Nenetsi live Nuer gaar Bull Boy cattle of money cattle of girls money of shit Leopard Skin Priest importance of lineage and cattle bride wealth gender roles ghost marriage cattle of blood guilt Yanomamo hekura spirits shabono ebene powder role of shaman ideas about the universe diet and environment visiting and alliances with other villages gender roles con ict resolution BakaMbutiEfe environment diet and means of getting food activities villagers Lakota environment on the plains in uence of the horse in the lifestyle cultural values that are adaptive strategies for this lifestyle Potential essay questions Be able to write a culture sketch about the following groups the Ju hoansi the Nuer the Baka the Yanomamo and the Nenetsi Samoyeds By culture sketch I mean that you should be able to write a generalized account of the environment subsistence methods and diet lifestyle amp customs and etc to the extent we discussed in class Contrast Yanomamo life around the 1960s with that depicted in the lm Contact the Yanomami That is you would be able to write about the traditional lifestyle as we discussed taken from anthropological studies in the 1960s and compare it with the conditions and changes problems and issues etc you saw in the lm Contact Compare and contrast Lakota buffalo culture ie 18m l9Lh century with the Nenetsi Samoyeds What are the similarities and differences in their environment their lifestyle and how they use herd animals Compare and contrast the Nenetsi Samoyeds survival strategies with the generalized Inuit survival strategies What is similar about the two environments What is different What makes the cultural adaptations for each group a sensible strategy for their particular environment Compare the lifestyle of the Baka in Cameroon with that of the MbutiEfe of the Ituri Forest Compare and contrast the relationship the Baka have with their villagers to the relationship the MbutiEfe have with their own villagers That is we have said that although these groups are culturally similar they have quite different subsistence strategies and they have also utilized their villagers differently Why are cattle so important to the Nuer


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