Lagom, Konglusyon, Rekomendasyon

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Part I. MULTIPLE CHOICE

1. An egalitarian society:

a. Refers to the fact that all men are created equal

b. Refers to the few differences in access to rewards between families an/or kin groups

c. Means that females and males receive equal or nearly equal rewards

d. All of the above

2. Stratified societies are noted for

a. Classes and castes

b. Unequal access to rewards

c. Marked inequalities in access to wealth, power and prestige

d. All of the above

3. The highest varna in India’s caste system is:

a. Jati

b. Nobles

c. Brahmins

d. Vaishas

4. In the Philippines, the most widely accespted approach to stratification uses the concept of:

a. Economic classes

b. Status groups

c. Religion

d. Occupational prestige

5. The culture that emphasizes either maternal or paternal relatives but not both is called:

a. Matrilineal

b. Patrilineal

c. Bilateral

d. Unilateral
6. The descent system when kinship relationships are traced through males is called: a. Matrilineal
b. Patrilineal
c. Bilateral
d. Parallel gendered
7. If persons inherit property from their mother’s side, but not their father’s side, the form of descent recognized in likely to be: a. Patrilineal
b. Matrilineal
c. Double
d. Bilateral
8. Bilateral kindreds are:
a. Ego focused
b. Characteristic of a Filipino kinship
c. Only identical for siblings
d. All of the above
9. Matrilineal
a. Kin include the children on your mother’s son
b. Means “rule by women”
c. Kin include the daughters of your mother’s mother
d. Descent is more common than patrilineal descent
10. Matrilineal descent:
a. Is less common than patrilineal descent
b. Is a system found in Tikopia
c. Is found primarily among foragers
d. All of the above
11. Darwin proposed that:
a. one species emerged out of another
b. humans came from monkeys
c. humans evolved in Asia
d. all of the above
12. In preindustrial societies, property is frequently:
a. non-existent
b. owned by individuals
c. owned by a group
d. fought over
13. Foraging includes:
a. gathering
b. hunting
c. fishing
d. all of the above
14. Foragers:
a. may grow domesticated crops
b. may have livestock
c. may burn grasslands or forests
d. were in all biomes in the 20th Century
15. The division of labor in foraging societies:
a. does not exist; everyone does the same work
b. is by age and gender
c. is by gender only
d. depends primarily on individual inclination
16. Foraging as a way of life is:
a. still widespread around the world
b. an informal means of adaptation
c. almost gone because other people took their lands
d. too difficult to be a viable way of life
17. Dr. Lee found that the !Kung:
a. did not share their food
b. only ate pinon nuts in the dry season
c. usually boasted about being such good hunters
d. none of the above
18. Domestication refers to:
a. Intentional planting of plants for food
b. Intentional planting of plants for drugs
c. The breeding of animals for food
d. All of the above
19. One advantage of cultivation is that it:
a. can support a higher population density than foraging b. takes much less time and energy than foraging
c. follows the “10 percent rule” whereas pastoralism does not d. all of the above
20. Horticultural peopleuse:
a. Draft animals and plows
b. Manure
c. Only hand tools
d. Artificial irrigation
21. Unlike foragers, horticulturalists usually:
a. are not sedentary
b. have use rights over land rather than ownership...
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