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process by which child learns his or her culture
Reliance on social and cultural adaptation increased during ___.
Human capacity for culture has evolutionary basis that extends back to ___ years ago.
cultural features found in every culture
features common to several but not all human groups
features unique to certain culture traditions
different symbol- based patterns and traditions associated with particular groups in same complex society
tendency to view one's own culture as superior and to apply one's own cultural values in judging the behavior and beliefs of people raised in other cultures
behavior in one culture should not be judged by standards of another culture
right of group to preserve its culture, language, and economic base
Indigenous intellectual property rights (IPR)
conservation of each society's core beliefs, knowledge, and practices
borrowing of traits between cultures
borrowing of traits between two adjacent cultures
borrowing of traits across one or more intervening cultures or through some long distance medium
exchange of cultural features that results when groups come into continuous firsthand contact
process by which humans innovate, creatively finding solutions to problems
says human creativity dawned suddenly in Europe around 45,000 years ago
says early personal adornment in Africa and Middle East shows human creativity capacity existed before AMHs reached Europe
orientation and procreation
Nuclear families consist of family of ___ and ___.
family of orientation
family in which one is born and grows up
family of procreation
family formed when one marries and has children
when married both spouse's move from families households
nuclear families account for ___ of american households
undergoes several divorces
permanent social unit whose members claim common ancestry
patrilineal descent *more common
people automatically have lifetime membership in father's group
people automatically have lifetime membership in mother's group
descent group whose members can demonstrate common descent from an apical ancestor
descent group whose members claim common descent from an apical ancestor but cannot demonstrate it
nonhuman apical ancestor of a clan
married couples live in the husband's community
married couples live in wife's community
offspring of a parent's same sex sibling
offspring of a parent's opposite sex sibling
practice of seeking spouse outside of one's own group
mating or marriage within group to which one belongs
Marriage is a cultural ___.
stratified groups in which lifelong membership is ascribed at birth
Castes can be internally subdivided into ___ lineages.
rights allocated by marriage
customary gift before, at, or after the marriage from the husband and his kin to the wife and her kin
Bridewealth is common in ___ groups.
marital exchange in which wife's group provides substantial gifts to husband's family
man has more than one wife
woman has more than one husband
Polygamy is leftover from the ___ period.
Having many wives in Turkey is a sign of ___.
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