The way power, or the ability to control other's behavior is distributed or embedded in society
Political organization refers to the way, ________, or the ability to control others behavior, is/are distributed or embedded in society.
An egalitarian, autonomous group composed of related people who occupy a single region is called a(n) ______.
A ____ is a regional policy in which two or more local groups are organized under a single authority figure at the head of a ranked hierarchy of people
A group of nominally independent communities occupying a specific region, sharing a common language and culture, which is integrated by some unifying factor. This is what?
Richard Wrangham concluded about violence and sexual selection?
Females' evolutionary interests cannot be met without cooperation from males.
Age-grade systems and common interest associations are effective methods of integrating small, autonomous units such as bands into larger social units. These methods may be described as _______ systems of political organization.
19th century Darwin's theory of sexual differences between male and females was called
theory of sexual selection
Ranked society in which every member has a position in the hierarchy, an individual's status is determined by membership in the descent group
The state is distinctive in the extensiveness of its legitimate use of _____ to regulate the affairs of its citizens
The ____ is the most formal political organization and is one of the hallmarks of civilization. Political power centralized in a government, which may legitimately force to regulates affairs of its citizens.
Cross-cultural comparison of systems of political organizations reveals that _____.
women play important role in political decisions even when they are not visible public leaders
Among the Igbo of Nigeria,_____.
men and women each had separate autonomous spheres of political activity
When the British imposed colonial rule on the Igbo of Nigeria,_____.
they didn't recognize the political power of women and introduced changes that made women subordinate to women
Wape villagers avoid quarreling with each other because ____.
They believe that a hunter misses his prey only because of the intervention of ancestral ghosts who are angry with the quarreling in the community.
Awards, titles, recognition, corporal punishment, and ostracism from community are all examples of
_____ sanctions attempt to precisely and explicitly regulate peoples' behavior. they can be positive or negative.
The functions of law include ______.
-defining relationships and proper behavior(under specified circumstances) for society's members(rights and duties with respect to each other)
-allows the specified authority to employ coercion in enforcement of sanctions
-redefines social relations and ensure social flexibility(must be able to change).
When a disruptive dispute occurs among members of the Ju/'hoansi or Inuit bands, usually defined as offenses against _____.
Method of resolving disputes where disputing parties voluntarily arrive at mutually satisfactory agreement ____.
The type of political organization that is most likely to resolve conflict with neighboring social unit by means of social warfare is the
Which one of the following is part of an uncentralized political system?
d.A and B only
e.B and C only
The use of wealth to support the Tonowis power belief in the divine right of thing to rule; the oldest living male becoming head of daromey state of West Africa—What do these have in common?
They represent what is considered to be the legitimate basis of political authority in
Power used on _____ always results in an authority
An important pioneer in the anthropological study of law was ___
b.George Peter Murdock
c.John Wesely Powell
d.E. Adamson Hoebel
e.Peggy Reeves Sanday
1.In 1980, _____ as practitioner of dispute management, helped the US and the USSR replace their absolute "hot line" with fully equipped nuclear crisis centers in each capital
a.Sue Ellen Jacobs
b.William L. Ury
William L. Ury
Which of the following political systems would be considered a centralized system?
e.A and c
A and C
Among the Kapauku of west New Guinea the Big Man is called the tonowi, or "rich one." The toniwi's wealth comes from his success at _______.
c.trading stocks and bonds
Which of the following would invoke informal sanctions against an individual in a restaurant in the United States?
a.Tearing up tables and chairs
The _____ of Liberia in West Africa are a classic example of a chiefdom.
The _____ authority system is characterized by a highly developed dual monarchy, a hereditary aristocracy, and elaborate kinship rituals, as well as by statewide age sets.
In the United States, the man who wears tennis shorts to a church service may be subject to a variety of _____ sanctions, ranging from disapproving glances from the clergy to the chuckling of other parishioners.
Awards like the Nobel Peace Prize are examples of _____ sanctions, by which societies promote approved behavior.
We have ample reason to suppose war has become a problem only in the past _____ years, since the invention of food-production techniques and especially centralized states.
Which of the following of minority nations is trying to improve its political position by founding an independent state?
e.All of the above
All of the above
Which of the following societies is best known for witchcraft?
Playing a leading role in the development of the anthropology of law, _____ has taken on specialists in the fields of law, children's issues, nuclear energy, and science, critically questioning the basic assumptions under which these experts operate.