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Cultural Anthropology

Anthropology

Quiz 14 :

Anthropology at Work

Quiz 14 :

Anthropology at Work

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Dr.Clyde Snow distinguished himself through his work with the Argentine government.What did he do in Argentina?
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How did graduate students of anthropology from across the country help to solve the notorious Pickton farm murder case in British Columbia?
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What did most applied anthropologists who supported the war effort do in the postwar peacetime era?
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Which of the following best defines forensic anthropology?
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Which area of applied anthropology is most useful in police work?
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How do the publications of applied anthropologists differ from those of academics?
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How did applied anthropology damage the reputation of anthropologists in North America in the 19th century?
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Anthropologists were recruited by governments into the efforts to win the Second World War.What were some of their duties in this capacity?
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Why did early European anthropologists have a bad reputation among the peoples of many European colonies?
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What did early applied anthropologists of the 1930s study that contributed significantly to applied research?
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Canadian anthropologist Diamond Jenness strenuously opposed some government Aboriginal policies.Which of the following policies did he oppose?
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George Mercer Dawson was a 19th-century Canadian anthropologist who worked as part of a team surveying Canada's West Coast.What organization did Dawson belong to?
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Despite having good intentions,when Henry Schoolcraft was asked to report on the state of American Indians,his advice to the government was biased by his cultural assumptions.What was the culturally destructive policy that he proposed?
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What is the term for an archaeologist who controls a site,records the position of all relevant objects,and recovers clues associated with human remains?
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What knowledge did anthropologists like Margaret Mead and Clyde Kluckholm have an understanding of that contributed to the war effort?
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Which of the following is an example of the use of forensic anthropology to solve an archaeological mystery?
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Which of the following options best defines the meaning of applied anthropology?
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Which of the following options best characterizes the relationship between academic and applied anthropology?
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What was the purpose of the postwar Hawthorn-Tremblay Report on Aboriginal peoples?
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What two areas became popular in Canadian applied anthropology in the 1970s?
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