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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Basso say of the conversation about the ill brother?
(a) It lasted all night.
(b) It was uncomfortable for everyone.
(c) It was short.
(d) It was joyful.
2. What did Basso's theoretical discoveries help him make a legal case for?
(a) Western Apache casino rights.
(b) Western Apache land rights.
(c) Western Apache election rights.
(d) Western Apache land claims.
3. How many major genres did Cibecue narratives have?
(a) 5 major genres.
(b) 7 major genres.
(c) 2 major genres.
(d) 4 major genres.
4. What do the Cibecue think the land makes people?
5. What does Basso say is used to expand the imagination?
(a) Pow Wows.
(c) Smoke tents.
Short Answer Questions
1. How did the brother became ill?
2. How many children did Lola Machuse have?
3. What does Basso say ecological studies cannot fully account for?
4. Where does Basso say the richness of place-names comes from?
5. What was Nick's comment as Basso left Cibecue?
Short Essay Questions
1. What must ethnographers be cautious of, in "Chapter 3, Speaking With Names?"
2. What do place-names generate?
3. What was the story of the Line of White Rocks Extends Up and Out?
4. What is the strength of the Western Apache, according to Basso?
5. What happened at the end of the summer of 1981?
6. What is a distinct characteristic of the Western Apache, according to Basso?
7. What can't materialist models not give an explanation of?
8. What does the land make people do, according to the Western Apache?
9. What does Basso claim about the Apache understanding of communication?
10. What do younger Apache feel about village life, according to Basso?
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