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MCQ: In kinship divorces are easier to acquire in matrilineal societies because

Women are more likely to wish for a divorce
A group of women can successfully eject a male from their home
Children are linked to the matrilineal by their mother, so fatherhood has a diminished role in kinsh
Children are linked to the lineage through their uncle, not their father

MCQ: In applied anthropology the national environment policy act was established in

1979
1969
1965
1973

MCQ: Research undertaken by the anthropologist or ethnologist in a given ethnographic area or community is called

Field work
Personal work
Both A and B
None of these

MCQ: Cultural Brokerage is an approach to using anthropological knowledge which was developed by

Willard
Stephan Schensul
Hazal H. Wildman
George's. Foster

MCQ: In Kinship Principle of descent in which people define themselves in relation to only one side, either their mother's side or their father's side is called

Double descent
Parallel descent
Bilateral descent
Unilineal descent