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Anthropology Lessons 5.01 and 5.02 Review

Quiz by Christina Orangis

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6 questions
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  • Q1
    What are laws?
    the protection of all people within a society
    the defined position or rank in a society
    the social customs that teach an individual how to act within a group
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  • Q2
    What is rank?
    the individuals or groups who are different from the major population in a society
    the rules of behavior that are passed from generation to generation in a culture
    an individual's position in the structure of a group in society
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  • Q3
    What is a role?
    the behavior that an individual is expected to display as a member of a society
    the social customs that teach an individual how to act within a group
    the defined position or rank in a society
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  • Q4
    What is status?
    the serious prohibitions against deviant behavior in a society that result in severe punishment
    the behavior that an individual is expected to display as a member of a society
    the defined position or rank in a society
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  • Q5
    a person's position in society that does not match his or her social status in all situations.
    status inconsistency
    rank
    role
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  • Q6
    Unequal rights, rewards, and privileges such as educational and occupational opportunities for groups and individuals.
    social inequality
    sanctions
    open society
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