Question QFB1 : ______________ discipline is considered as having negative connotation on the people it studies
Question QFB2 : Social Anthropology is a branch of ___________________
Question QFB3 : _______________ according to (Beattie, 1964) is a designated blanket term for all the anthropological studies, including Physical Anthropological studies and pre-history
Question QFB4 : _______________ is used to describe the study of the culture for a single tribe, ethnic group or society
Question QFB5 : The history of collection of 'items of culture' started with the _____________ voyages
Question QFB6 : ________________ is the most common and preferred form of marriage consummation in Hausa land
Answer: Auren zumunta
Question QFB7 : _________________ is the form of marriage where a female ward can run and meet her male counterpart and both of them become married
Question QFB8 : The reason why bride price payment is rarely mentioned in marriage discussion is Bbecause it is believed that a lady is not being sold. True or false ___________________________
Question QFB9 : __________________ marriage is a system of marriage among the Tiv which requires a young man to make a payment for what is referred to as "removing the shell" worn around the neck.
Question QFB10 : _________________ is the pastoralist who maintains permanent bases where the aged and a few other members of the family may remain for part of the year
Question QFB11 : Monarchical and _____________________ are the two paramount traditional political system
Question QFB12 : Among the Annang and Efik-Ibibio, the unit of political authority is vested in the extended family structure (lineage) called ________________ lineage
Question QFB13 : Representatives from lineages within the autonomous political groupings are vested with the decision-making body in Igbo traditional political system. True or false ____________________
Question QFB14 : The term exclusive club is synonymous with ________________ society among the peoples east of Niger
Question QFB15 : ________________ is the main function or the use of exclusive clubs
Answer: Social control
Question QFB16 : The puberty rites of the Annang called ______________ is to ensure that no teenage girl had sexual experience before Mbobo ceremony which leads to marriage
Question QFB17 : ______________________ family is the starting point of the adjudication of justice in most Africa traditional system
Question QFB18 : ________________ is said to have united the Hausas under the umbrella of Islam
Question QFB19 : Uthman Dan Fodio religious revolution brought about the political, religious and cultural homogeneity in Yoruba land. True or false _________________
Question QFB20 : ______________ ethnic group in Nigeria is arguably considered greatest victims of the trans-Atlantic slave trade
Question QFB21 : _________________ and Economy are two advantages enjoyed by the Yorubas for being located along the coast
Question QFB22 : __________________ is considered the mythical legend of the Yorubas environment, mind or body
Question QFB23 : _________________ is the acclaimed ancestral home of the Yorubas
Question QFB24 : ______________ ethnic group in Nigeria is well known for their respect by prostrating for elderly ones while greeting
Question QFB25 : ________________ is ethnic group is arguably the one harbours the greatest concentration of religious beliefs and practices, compared to other ethnic groups in Nigeria.
Question QFB26 : ____________________ is the formal, enduring aspects that bring orderliness into society
Question QFB27 : ________________ is defined as a body or group of people sharing common activities and bonds by multiple relationships
Question QFB28 : Social _______________________ represents an organised way of doing things.
Question QFB29 : Social institution is important because of human needs and ______________
Question QFB30 : _________________ institution is the major and most universally spread
Question QFB31 : _________________ institution controls man's ways of dealing with the ultimate
Question QFB32 : _________________ institution is responsible for the production and distribution of man’s economic needs
Question QFB33 : ____________________ is concerned with the struggle to acquire power to share scarce resources
Question QFB34 : Social institutions are structurally mutually ___________________
Question QFB35 : Social _______________________ is described as the pattern of group relations
Question QFB36 : ______________________ is made up of a family group, which consists of men, their wives and children, sons' wives and their children
Question QFB37 : When a group of compounds pull together, then it is referred to as extended or lineage _____________________
Question QFB38 : _________________ is a lineage where rights, duties and privileges are traced from paternal angle
Question QFB39 : __________________ is a descent where kinship and affinal relationship can be reckoned patrilineally or matrilineally at the same time or can be either of the two systems.
Answer: Double descent
Question QFB40 : __________________ society is a system whereby individual achievements play more role in social, political and economic relations, than hereditary which is bestowed on individuals
Question QFB41 : ______________________ endowments have had tremendous influence on the creation of culture area specialization among Nigerian ethnic groups
Question QFB42 : ____area in Nigeria has a topography that is swampy and with numerous creeks and waterways.
Answer: Delta region
Question QFB43 : Long distance _________________ occurrence is what enabled Nigerian people to share, exchange and borrow ideas from cultural, economic, political and religious Institutions
Question QFB44 : According to history, the British interest in Nigeria started in the year _____________________
Question QFB45 : Linguistically, Nigeria belongs to the ____________________ family
Question QFB46 : ________________won the dynasty struggles between Kosoko and Akintoye for the throne of Lagos in 1850s
Question QFB47 : __________________ refers to a large network of people who are putatively related to each other by common ancestry (blood relation), by marriage (affinity) or by adoption.
Question QFB48 : ____ refers to a group of people who live together over an extended period of time, occupy a known territory and organise themselves into a social unit distinct from other groups
Question QFB49 : _________________ is a social system sociologically
Question QFB50 : __________________ is a variant, a sub-division or an altered version of a Language
Question QMC1 : ________________ defined ethnography descriptive account of human societies, usually of those simpler, small-scale societies which anthropologists have mostly studied.
Question QMC2 : __________________ may be said to be the raw material used by social anthropologists in the study of "man, his culture and environmenta.
Question QMC3 : ____ according to Beattie is the blanket term for all the anthropological studies, including Physical Anthropological studies and pre-history
Question QMC4 : The history of collection of 'items of culture' started with the European voyages of discovery and exploration in __________________ century
Question QMC5 : ____________ may be said to be the raw material used by social anthropologists in the study of "man, his culture and environmenta.
Question QMC6 : ____is an early pioneer of ethnographic study
Question QMC7 : The turning point in the collection of ethnographic materials by Europeans and other travelers was as a result of
Question QMC8 : ____ methodological approach is now being embraced by ethnographers.
Question QMC9 : All but one of these are sources and factors which impacted on the development of culture.
Question QMC10 : ____is associated with the idea that ‘culture’ is simply human, partly spiritual and partly materialistic.
Question QMC11 : ____ distinguishes ethnic groups from one another.
Question QMC12 : ____among these is not an element of ethnic group or ethnicity.
Question QMC13 : ____The use of the term ‘tribe among Anthropologists has whittled down mainly because.
Question QMC14 : Conceptually, eurocentrism is no more or less the same thing as
Question QMC15 : Ethnocentrism can be both functional and/or dysfunctional.
Question QMC16 : A multi-cultural society is likely to experience more ethnocentrism than a monocultural society.
Question QMC17 : Ethnocentrism cannot be found in
Question QMC18 : ____ is defined as a social arrangement in which different ethnic/tribal groups live together with each other in harmony, and also accept to tolerate one another's ways of life as suitable for the society in which they live.
Question QMC19 : ____ is not a form of communication but understood and interpreted without spoken, written, or symbol?.
Question QMC20 : ____ refers to a large network of people who are putatively related to each other by common ancestry (blood relation), by marriage (affinity) or by adoption.
Question QMC21 : ____describes the use of stepfather, half-brother is relationship discourse.
Question QMC22 : ____ refers to names which apply to lineal relative (e.g. father mother, son, grandson).
Question QMC23 : ____ refers to a group of people who live together over an extendedperiod of time, occupy a known territory and organise themselves into a social unit distinct from other groups.
Question QMC24 : ____refers to an altered or distorted language where the original speakers find it difficult to understand one another.
Question QMC25 : When an adult male and female lives together with or without offspring, in a more or less permanent relationship,------------is said to have developed.
Question QMC26 : ____ describes the situation where relatives other than the married couple and their children live in the same residence, or close together in an intimate relationship.
Question QMC27 : ____ describes the rules pertaining to duties, rights and privileges with respect to many different aspects of social life assigned to individuals by reckoning their descent relationships.
Question QMC28 : ____may be said to be the raw material used by social anthropologists in the study of "man, his culture and environmenta.
Question QMC29 : Nigeria occupies an area of approximately --------- square kilometres.
Question QMC30 : ____country bounds Nigeria in the east.
Question QMC31 : ____accounts for the the history of the peopling of Nigeria repletewith many waves of human movement.
Question QMC32 : ____accounts for why the political boundaries in Nigeria are merely artificial lines.
Question QMC33 : ____climatic zone can be found in the Middle and South Belt of Nigeria.
Question QMC34 : ____ cannot be cultivated in the Norther region of Nigeria.
Question QMC35 : ____ determines the economic activities of given region or cultural area.
Question QMC36 : ____was the main reason for the British conquest on Nigeria.
Question QMC37 : ____was not among major personalities in the pacification of Northern Nigeria.
Question QMC38 : British occupation of Northern Nigeria came as a result of.
Question QMC39 : ____company played a significant role in the British occupation of Northern Nigeria.
Question QMC40 : ____year marked the amalgamation of the North and South to create a new entity called Nigeria.
Question QMC41 : ____ country is known and and accepted as the most populous country in Africa
Question QMC42 : ____may be said to be the raw material used by social anthropologists in the study of "man, his culture and environmenta.
Question QMC43 : ____ is not among the major ethnic group in Nigeria.
Question QMC44 : Nigeria has --------geopolitical zones.
Question QMC45 : ____among these pre-colonial states is said to have practiced stateless political system.
Question QMC46 : ____ethnic group is not among the major ethnic group in the Savanah region (North and Middle Belt) of Nigeria.
Question MC47 : ____describes the enduring aspects of social institutions which are most important in understanding how a given society functions.
Question MC48 : ____ is not a social institution.
Question MC49 : ____institution is responsible for struggle for power to share scarce resources.
Question MC50 : ____institution is concerned with reproduction of offspring, education, and socialisation of youths.