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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 2, The Invention of Tradition, The Highland Tradition of Scotland.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to the book, the Rev. Macpherson helped start a cultural re-writing process that lasted for a _______.
2. Hobsbawm suggests that the Scottish symbols and practices existed in the past in rudimentary form but were considered ______ by most Scots.
3. In Chapter 2, Hobsbawm asserts that Scotsmen celebrate their identity with common symbols including the kilt and ______.
4. Hobsbawm asserts that invented traditions can often be found when cultures look to maintain ______ patterns.
5. One of the costume changes that occurred was the discontinuation of use of the ______.
(b) Long shirt.
(c) Short shirt.
Short Answer Questions
1. Hobsbawm suggests that two of the three types of tradition outlined in question 18 tend to support the main tradition, ________.
2. Hobsbawm makes a point to distinguish traditions from ______, which allow more fluctuation.
3. The author also makes a distinction between traditions and ______, which have no ritual or symbolic significance.
4. The author claims that the Highland regiments fighting in _______ and the U.S. adopted the Highland garb.
5. The book asserts that traditions are invented when old ____ forms are deliberately not used or adapted.
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