Hello MAS 160 folks,
Here is a compilation of what you all have submitted as questions you think would be useful to familiarize yourselves with for the purposes of your midterm in this class. Please note that this is not a direct study guide in that it is not based on what the actual midterm looks like, as we as your TAs do not have access to the actual exam. Rather, this “skeleton” of questions (the hope is) could be of use to you in ordering your notes, remembering certain themes, concepts, terms, etc. that have been covered in this course so far. Answers to these questions are not provided herein, as it is your responsibility to find those either individually or with study groups. Happy studying.
How can we distinguish the Native American concepts of 'medicine' and 'wellness'? How is each approached?
Is there a difference between Hozho and Hozho’ji? If so, what is it?
In the wellness wheel/sacred wisdom wheel what does the "sacredness" part refer to?
What is the name of the wheel?
What does the corn pollen in one hand and the arrowhead in the other signify?
What does gray matter in the brain have as opposed to what white matter of the brain has?
How is ethnobotany (medical plants) used in NA medicine and wellness?
How does Native American medicine address imbalance?
How does language influence one’s ability to live in harmony? (consider Zepeda’s and Begay’s presentations). What does the IHS stand for? How was it established? What roles does it play?
What are six characteristics that Native Americans share while perceiving the sacred?
How many Indian Reservations are there in the United States?
How many federally recognized tribes are there in the United States?
What do the four cardinal directions on professor Begay's diagram represent?
How many federally recognized tribes are there in Arizona?
Is there a difference between the neocortex & the frontal cortex & what are the roles they take on...
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