The Tapestry of Culture
Rosman and Rubel
Chapter 9 Study Guide
- What signs of deference are shown to the chief among the
- What must a Yanomamo headman obtain before adopting a course
- How do Rosman and Rubel define "power" in an anthropological
- How do Rosman and Rubel define "authority" in an
- How do Rosman and Rubel define "influence" in an
- What is a cultural universal (i.e., something that is found in
all human cultures) under political anthropology?
- How do Rosman and Rubel distinguish between government and
- By what name is leadership in the simplest form of political
- What is the second kind of leadership form called?
- What is the third kind of leadership form called?
- What is the difference between achieved status and ascribed
- What is the highest form of leadership in societies below
- How does the state differ from other types of political
- What carries out administrative functions in a state?
- What happens to customary law in a state?
- What concept distinguishes a principle of law from a
political decision of an authority?
- What two kinds of law are distinguished in complex societies?
- Why do most people not break laws of a moral and religious
- How do Rosman and Rubel distinguish feuding and warfare?
- Warfare and peacemaking operate according to what?
- What are four levels of hostility practiced among the
Yanomamo of northwestern Brazil?
- What kind of relationship is important both in the economic
and political organizations of Bangladesh?
- What happens during "outdooring" of a newborn?
- What happens to tribalism when a region is forged into a
- How do common people view "empowerment" in Zimbabwe?
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