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Can you think of any examples? genes or their physical appearance, people can learn any cultural tradition. To understand this point, consider that contemporary Americans and Canadians are the genetically mixed descendants of people from all over the world. Our ancestors were biologically varied, lived in different countries and continents, and participated in hundreds of cultural traditions. However, early colonists, later immigrants, and their descendants all have become active participants in American and Canadian life.

D), 2. (c), 3. (b), 4. (c), 5. (d), 6. (a), 7. (d), 8. (d), 9. (b), 10. (c) 3. c. Their transmission through learning rather than through biological inheritance. d. Their tendency to remain unchanged despite changing historical circumstances. How has human reliance on cultural means of adaptation changed? a. Humans are just beginning to depend on them. b. Human have become increasingly dependent on them. c. Humans have become entirely reliant on biological means. d. Humans no longer use cultural means.

C. Ethnography studies cultures that are isolated from one another, while ethnology studies nations influenced by globalization. d. Ethnologists look beyond the particular cultural data that ethnographers describe and interpret to compare and contrast and make generalizations about society and culture. 8. Archaeological anthropology is not likely to use which of the following approaches in reconstructing human cultural patterns: a. Examination of paleoecology. b. Excavation. c. Recovery and interpretation of human material remains.

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