Cultural Anthropology

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Quiz 3 :

The Social and Cultural Construction of Reality

Quiz 3 :

The Social and Cultural Construction of Reality

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What does the "Cannibal Dance" show an audience about the Kwakwaka'wakw people's view of reality?
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A myth in which a hero undertakes a dangerous journey and returns successfully is an example of a:
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The Sapir-Whorf hypothesis states that:
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The Shaking Quakers embraced which of the following?
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Members of Holiness Churches in the U.S. handle poisonous snakes:
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What do metaphors do?
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Which of the following is NOT communicated by the structure of the chess game?
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Which of these is NOT an example of symbolic action?
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Which of these domains of experience is NOT a key source of metaphors in mainstream American society?
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How does the act of eating reflect Kwakwaka'wakw views of the relationship between birth, life, and death?
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The use of specific metaphors and domains:
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According to Tanya Luhrmann, tarot cards provide:
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North American native groups who adopted the ghost dance sought:
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According to Joseph Campbell, what is a very common scenario found in myths across cultural lines?
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"The slow, often unacknowledged shift in someone's manner of interpreting events as they become involved with a particular activity" is called:
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A totem is:
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According to the anthropologists Sapir and Whorf, vocabulary in every language primarily reflects:
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Metaphors through which the Kwakwaka'wakw understand and describe their life come from:
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"Wovoka" was:
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Shaker communities accepted which of these?
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