Science

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1. Per lecture, the systematic and comparative study of humankind, in all its cultural and biological diversity:

2. Per text and lecture, A geographical sector of the world (in our case, North America) the aboriginal occupants of which exhibited greater similarities with each other than with the peoples in other such areas:

3. Per lecture, the learned and shared symbol-based thought and behavior patterns of human beings:

4. Per lecture, the religious belief system in which spirits (“souls”) occupy plants, animals, people, and all things animated:

5. Per definitions, evaluating other cultures from the perspective that one’s own culture is “better” than the others:

6. Per lecture, the one essential component of (human) culture (that makes human culture different from the “culture” of any other animal):

7. Per lecture, the religious worldview in which all existence is one integral and indivisible whole (usually associated with No. 4, above):

8. Per lecture, Eskimos, Aleuts, and Indians refer to themselves, collectively, as (two words):

9. A person’s father’s sister’s, or mother’s brother’s, son or daughter (two words):

10. Another word for relatedness; among many cultures, the key factor operating factor within society:

11. The author of the textbook for this course (This Land Was Theirs) is:

12. A subsistence strategy based on hunting and gathering, sometimes also fishing:

13. Term used to describe spoken language (such as Kootenai) that is totally unrelated to any other known tongue:

14. A part-time religious practitioner who manipulates the spirits for divination and curing:

15-16. Per lecture, anthropology has how many subdivisions? Which subdivision (primarily) applies to this course?

17. Per text, “a general sense of Indian cultural identity that unites the members of different tribes:”

18. Per text, a transvestite, a “woman-man” or (more often) a “man-woman, a “third sex:”

19. Per text, “the most powerful institutions for the systematic destruction of Native American cultures:”

20. Per lecture, an indigenous group’s freedom to determine its own political, economic, and cultural future:

21. Per lecture, the relative ability to acquire, store, access, and utilize knowledge:

22. Per lecture, as it applies to Native America, the power of a nation to be in complete control over its own affairs:

23. Per lecture and text, most experts agree that one main route for the ancestors of Native Americans into this continent is called (the):

24. Due to wagon trains, wild west shows, Hollywood, etc., groups from what culture area symbolize “Indians” to most non-Native Americans?

25. Per lecture, True or False: Christopher Columbus invented the term “Indio (“Indian”):

26. Per text, a virtually treeless ecosystem with permanently frozen subsoil (permafrost):

27. Per text (and forthcoming Menominee essay), the guiding principle behind federal Indian policy has long been this—the sooner the better:

28. A man pays 25 horses to a father in exchange for the daughter’s hand in marriage. This transaction is called (two terms acceptable):

29. Per text, “Indians of many tribes…were drawn into Pan-Indianism through this cult:”

30. Per text, contrary to popular belief, in the United States Indians actually consume this less than non-Indians:

31. Originally a Naraganset word for shamanic activity, now associated with Indian ceremonial regalia, dance, etc.:

32. Culture area of the Netsilik:

33. The Cahuilla people, like the Kootenai people, had just one domestic animal, the:

34. Per lecture, the most widespread indigenous peoples on Earth (a broad term, not a single group):

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