ANT.101 WK4 QUIZ CHP 7-8

Ashford 5 : - Week 4 - Quiz

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1. One
element generally not found in caste systems is: (Points : 1)

the association of one’s social position with one’s

inheritance of one’s status.

equal access to wealth.

prohibitions on marrying those outside one’s class.

2. The
Demographic Transition Model: (Points : 1)

depicts how populations change over time.

is based on the historical experience of the Third World.

predicts the world’s population in the year 2002.

supports the overpopulation perspective.

3. Civilization,
as defined by anthropologists, means: (Points : 1)

how “cultured” a population is.

any successful society.

a self-contained group with no necessity for trade.

a society with advanced agriculture, craft specialization,
and urbanism.

4. Caste
systems are most common in societies: (Points : 1)

that were previously ranked.

that have a tradition of slavery.

that have a great deal of occupational specialization.

that have monetary systems.

5. A
dowry is: (Points : 1)

when, upon marriage, the bride works for the groom’s family

when, upon marriage, the groom gives wealth to the bride’s

when, upon marriage, the groom works for the bride’s family

when, upon marriage, the bride’s family gives the bride

6. Christianity
is a __________________ religion. (Points : 1)

ecclesiastical religion

universalistic religion

shamanic religion

monumental religion

7. The
tertiary sector of an industrial economy is: (Points : 1)

involved in resource extraction.

involved in manufacturing.

the service sector.

involved in finishing products for consumption.

8. Class
stratification is most characteristic of: (Points : 1)




ranked societies.

9. A
society in which marriage between classes is prohibited by law or custom is
called: (Points : 1)

a caste society.

a ranked society.

an open society.

an egalitarian society.

10. Race:
(Points : 1)

is a cultural classification that often reinforces

is a scientific classification based on definable genetic

provides the basis for a science of humanity.

is a way to delineate people’s intelligence.

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