Biological Anthropology Concepts and Connections 3rd Edition By Agustin Fuentes – Test Bank
Chapter 1 Introduction to Evolutionary Fact and Theory
1) In 1925, the Scopes “Monkey Trial”:
- A) legally established evolution as a valid scientific theory.
- B) legally established evolution as a “coexistent theory on the creation of humankind.”
- C) overturned the State of Tennessee’s ban on teaching the theory of evolution in public schools.
- D) upheld the State of Tennessee’s ban on teaching the theory of evolution in public schools.
2) Which of the following is NOT true about evolution?
- A) It is accepted by virtually all scientists in every country of the world.
- B) It inherently conflicts with the teachings of Christianity.
- C) It is at the heart of anthropology.
- D) It is an extremely well supported theory.
3) The main subfields of anthropology are:
- A) archaeology, linguistic anthropology, cultural anthropology, and biological anthropology.
- B) architectural anthropology, biological anthropology, linguistic anthropology, and cultural anthropology.
- C) biological anthropology, evolutionary anthropology, cultural anthropology, and linguistic anthropology.
- D) cultural anthropology, biological anthropology, archaeology, and evolutionary anthropology.
4) Biological anthropology is also called:
- A) evolutionary anthropology.
- B) forensic anthropology.
- C) physical anthropology.
- D) primatology.
5) ________ is the patterns of behavior we exhibit in our families, relationships, religions, laws, moral codes, songs, art, business, and everyday interactions.
- A) Ethnography
- B) Ethnology
- C) Culture
- D) Evolution
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