c.leaders who were respected by the people, but had no authority to command d.all of the above
2.C According to Harris, leaders called “big men” appear in societies whose economies are characterized by a.delayed reciprocity.
3.B According to Harris, ____________________________ gained momentum wherever extra food could be stored in anticipation of redistributions. a.gender stratification
4.D Harris notes that big men
a.amassed more wealth than their neighbors.
b.live in more comfort than the rest of those in his society. c.keeps 30 percent of whatever he collects for the redistribution feast for his family. d.take less than others at the feast and may even go hungry.
5.A According to Harris, hierarchy and leaders with authority arise in human society as a result of a.culture, especially economic factors and group size .
d.man’s innate drive to make war.
6.B According to Harris, each Cherokee family, living in what is now Tennessee, had a corn crib in its fields, called _________________ where the grain was stored for redistribution by the chief. a.the “pone box.”
b.the “chief’s granary.”
c.the “loft of salvation.”
d.the “redistribution repository.”
7.D According to Harris, headmen
a.are found primarily in hunting/gathering societies.
b.become a center for the redistribution of food
c.lead by example without authority
d.two of the above.
8.D According to Harris, mumis, or big men, among the Simai of the...