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1

Culture is _______.

political

2

A hegemony culture stays dominant how?

without the use of force

3

A discrete natural entity that can be clinically identified and treated is known as a

disease

4

Biomedicine is the anthropological term for

Western medicine based upon the natural sciences

5

“Stepping”, a form of dance that involves the use of the body to create rhythm is a form of

Kinetic orality

6

After paying for a friend’s coffee, they promise to get you next time and never do. This is:

Negative reciprocity

7

The earliest humans practiced what form of economy?

Foraging

8

According to Karl Marx, _______ is the “opiate of the masses”

religion

9

The forces that draw a migrant to a new country or spur them to leave the old are known as

Pushes and pulls

10

The Protestant Work Ethic is associated with which social theorist?

Max Weber

11

According to Thomas Eriksen, identity is

Most salient when under threat

12

What's the difference between ethnomedicine and biomedicine?

Ethnomedicine- local systems of health and healing rooted in culturally specific norms and values.

Biomedicine - practice in Western medicine that seeks to apply the principles of biology and natural sciences to the practice of diagnosing disease and promoting healing.

13

What did Frans de Waal discover?

Monkeys can recognize they are being paid unequally.

14

What did Laurel Braitman discover?

Animals can have mental illnesses too

15

What are the 3 stages to Victor Turner's rite of passage?

Separation
Liminality
Reincorporation

16

How can you view culture through art?

Art can be connected to social norms and values, economic and political systems, and events.

17

What are the five subsistence strategies?

Foraging
Pastoralism
Horticulture
Agriculture
Industrial agriculture

18

Norms vs Mores

Norms are cultural constructs of how things should be.
Mores are actual laws that distinguish right from wrong.