Answer three of the following six questions, Be specific and detail oriented. Use proper anthropological terminology. Limit your essays to 500 words each (1500 total).(use as much sources as you need)
1.You are a member of the twenty-first century society. What culture changes do you expect to see in your lifetime? What cultural patterns will dominate your life? Explain, use examples.
2.Is gender equality attainable? Why or why not? Explain using examples.
3.Explain how marriage may function as a social and economic contract not only between spouses, but also between kin groups. Discuss why, while there is a great variation in the forms and function of marriage, it exists in most societies.
4.If you were a member of nonindustrial (foraging, pastoral, or farming) society, how would your day look like? What would you do and how? With whom would you socialize? How big your family might be? How will your group be organized? What will you do for a leaving? etc.
5.Imagine yourself an anthropologist conducting fieldwork. Where would you locate your research? What would you notice during the first few weeks of your research? Briefly describe your (imaginary) research, make up a hypothesis, and suggest how it could be tested and potentially falsified. How does your hypotheses relate to a theory?
6.State the functions of religion for the individual and for society and show how these functions help to explain why religion exists in all societies. Will religion survive the twenty-first century? Discuss, use examples.