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Unit 13 Quiz

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Unit 13 Quiz ANTH 1000

Camila Correia

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Quiz with answers from the Unit 13, Political Systems notes on TopHat.
Introduction to Anthropology
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Date Created: 04/16/16
Unit 13 Quiz 1. All of the following are political characteristics of bands EXCEPT: Conflict is resolved through mediation with a Big Man 2. A leader that exercises coercive power would be considered a: Dictator 3. A state’s shared social and political ideology that acts as a form of social control is  known as: Nationalism 4. According to the article “Law, Custom and Crimes Against Women: Dowry Death  in India”, which of the following is NOT a reason why the criminalization of the  dowry custom has not been effective in reducing attacks on women? Divorces are no longer treated as family scandals 5. The practice of “ducking” during the Salem Witch Trials is considered an example  of a (n): Ordeal 6. In a state system: Power and authority are distributed through a bureaucratic system 7. According to the film “Ongka’s Big Moka”, what type of marriage pattern do the Kawelka practice? Polygyny 8. Leaders in foraging societies have: There are no formal leaders in a foraging society 9. Of the following, which is the most likely reason that a Big Man would cultivate  extra food? In order to give it away to gain social status 10. In the film “Ongka’s Big Moka”, what is the traditional form of wealth according to Ongka and his kinsfolk? Pigs


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