Introduction and Preface
1. What has become the attitude of modern social science?
(a) "Going out into the world is all-important."
(b) "Anthropology begins at home."
(c) "Know thyself."
(d) "Tolerance is all-important."
2. Which two men are responsible for undertaking the new drive in French folklore?
(a) Baudelaire and Saint Exupery.
(b) Riviere and Varagniac.
(c) Proust and Lamartine.
(d) Victor Hugo and Balzac.
3. What is the study of the German people by German scholars called?
(a) Studium des deutchen Volkes.
(b) Taegliches Leben des deutschen Volkes.
(d) Deutsche Gechichte.
4. Where are the author's credentials written in a book?
5. Which class helped Mr. Kenyatta become an excellent ethnographer?
(a) Anthropology class in Paris.
(b) Economics class in Kenya.
(c) Discussion class in Berlin.
(d) Discussion class in London.
6. What qualities does Mr. Kenyatta display which are rare among students of social science?
(a) Curiosity and persistence.
(b) Intelligence and humility.
(c) Outspokenness and honesty.
(d) Bravery and diligence.
7. What does Mr. Kenyatta recognize which is all important?
(a) The danger of fame and fortune.
(b) His lack of education.
(c) The danger of his own bias.
(d) His love of the European culture.
This section contains 4,298 words
(approx. 15 pages at 300 words per page)