Anthropology & Archaeology

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About the Anthropology & Archaeology category [Anthropology & Archaeology] (1)
Why would a Zoroastrian visit a Tower of Silence? [Archaeology & World Prehistory] (2)
Although sociology has influenced mass communication research, anthropology has not [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (2)
The primary goals of warfare in state societies are __________ [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (4)
Why are clans usually represented by symbols such as totem poles? [Introductory Courses] (3)
An important element of the created ethnic identity of Takari is __________ [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
In the United States, Native American reservations __________ [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
How do Indonesia and Malaysia compare with respect to multiculturalism? [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
__________ has/have made important contributions to the emergence of global identity [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
The largest indigenous reservation in the world is the 20.5 million square acre __________ reservation in the Amazon [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
In 1990, an estimated 75 percent of email and 80 percent of computer data around the world are transferred in what language? [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
All of the following EXCEPT __________ pose serious threats to Amazonian Indians, both by pushing them off their land and by killing them [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
Indonesia has used __________ as a tool in attempting to strengthen national identity [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
Initiatives aimed at conservation have __________ [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
In Sudan, Hausa immigrants recruited to work plantations, created the ethnic identity __________ in part in order to escape the disparaging ethnic label __________ [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
Which of the following statements about the processes states utilize to resolve relationships between a central identity and disparate ethnic groups is FALSE? [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
The Brazilian government agency FUNAI has supported the position of indigenous groups in __________ disputes [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
Witchcraft is also called __________ [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
The anthropologist Anya Royce identifies dance as __________ [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam began as __________ [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
Most European colonial efforts in Africa did not include large numbers of __________, which has made the delineation of who is “indigenous” or “tribal” more complex [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
Pueblo __________ weave blankets; on the other hand, Navajo __________ weave blankets [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
The phrase “once upon a time” is a __________ of English tales [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
As the popularity of Navajo goods has increased in the twentieth century, Navajo artisans have been harmed by __________ [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
What is the term for magic that operates on the principle that positive and negative qualities can be transferred through proximity or contact? [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
The Kuna of Panama sell __________, called molas, worldwide because they were popularized by tourists in the 1960s [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
How do Indonesia and Malaysia compare with respect to multiculturalism? [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
Stylistic devices in folktales serve to __________ [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
The 1994 genocide in Rwanda can be best understood as __________ [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)
Ethnic artists are now regarded by museums as what? [Cultural & Social Anthropology] (3)