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Ged 210 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Unit 4 Examination

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GED 210 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology Unit 4 Examination
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1. The term “second world” is used to refer to:
• modern, industrialized nation-states
• what used to be called the soviet union and other communist countries
• undeveloped, nonindustrialized countries
• traditional, pre-state societies affected by contact with the modern world

2. Since the 1960s, the Ju/’Hoansi San have become:
• increasingly independent and isolated from the modern world
• middle class citizens of the nation of South Africa
• increasingly dependent upon government assistance
• one of the few indigenous societies to become financially independent

3. The introduction of a cash economy has disrupted traditional Ju/’Hoansi patterns of:
• egalitarianism and reciprocity
• food storage and redistribution
• centralized decision-making
• rapid population growth

4. Resettlement of Mbuti Pygmies on plantations outside the rainforest by the government of zaire has resulted in their:
• participation in the national political process
• contribution to the economy through taxation
• increased success at agricultural production
• declining health

5. The Ju/’Hoansi or San Foragers inhabit the modern nations of:
• South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana
• Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda
• Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania
• Venezuela and Brazil

6. Conflict between the Iroquois and other indigenous tribal groups in the 1600s was not due to:
• the introduction of guns and ammunition by the French
• dependence on European goods
• depletion of beavers and other fur-bearing animals vital to trade
• ancient traditions of blood revenge and glory on the warpath

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