(b) in cultural studies (d) None of

(b) Kames (c) E. B. Tylor (d) Peter Murdock. 2.

According to inductive assumption, the collection of data was to be objective, unbiased and (a) Free of theory (b) Obtained by application of theory (c) hypothetical (d) Imaginative. 3. According to which of the following law, did the comparative theory come first linking various bits of data into a pattern as the facts were comprehended ? (a) Induction (b) Deduction (c) Formulation (d) None of these. 4.

The problems of cross-cultural analysis was tackled by (a) Dividing up cultures on the basis of continents (b) Dividing up cultures into traits (c) Using law of mechanism in cultural studies (d) None of these. 5. Who amongst the following set up the Human Relations Area Files (HRAF) in which common categories of cultures were filed together? (a) E. B. Tylor (b) Franz Boas (c) Kames (d) Peter Murdock.

6. Idiographic studies and homothetic studies are the varieties of (a) Cross-cultural studies (b) Racial studies (c) social-studies (d) Psychological studies. 7. Particularistic details located in time and space are focused by (a) Homothetic studies (b) Ideographic studies (c) All varieties of cultural studies (d) None of the above. 8. Law-like generalizations of societies valid over space and time are focused by (a) Ideographic studies (b) Nomadic studies (c) All varieties of cultural studies (d) None of the above. 9. Controlled comparison is a method formulated by (a) Tylor (b) Eggan (c) Murdock (d) Boas.

10. In which of the following forms of logic, general conclusions are used arrive at particular conclusion? (a) Deductive (b) Inductive (c) Hypothetical (d) None of these. 11. Which of the following forms of logic is based on using particular reality to arrive at a generalized theory? (a) Hypothetical (b) Deductive (c) Inductive (d) Tautology 12. Who amongst the following transformed the field work in anthropology and raised it to the status of an art and craft? (a) Tylor (b) Eggon (c) Malinowski (d) Boas. 13. Which of the following is among the major concerns of physical anthropology? (a) Genetically studies (b) Demographic studies (c) Disease in relation to morphological trails (d) All the above.

14. ‘Primitive Culture’ (1871) is the work of (a) E. B. Tylor’s (b) Haddon’s (c) Morgan’s (d) None of these. 15. Who amongst the following was called “Father of Indian Ethnology” (a) R. P.

Chandra (b) S. C. Roy (c) Gopal Saran (d) O’Malley. 16. ‘ The People of India’ was written by (a) Saran (b) Vidyarthi (c) Risley (d) Compbell. 17. The master’s degree in anthropology had been started in India at (a) Calcutta University in 1921 (b) Bombay University in 1920 (c) Allahabad University in 1919 (d) None of these.

18. The establishment of Ethnographic and Folk culture society and the initiation of a research journal The Eastern Anthropologist as its organ put Indian anthropology on the international scene. (a) True (b) False. 19. “Hindu Methods of Tribal Absorption” is the work of (a) Majumdar (b) Srinivas (c) Bose (d) None of these. 20. The Changing Ho is written by (a) Majumdar (b) Srinivas (c) Bose (d) None of these.

21. Which of the following is written by Elwin? (a) The Changing Ho (b) The Baiga (1939) (c) The Chenchiis (d) None of these. 22. The first course in general anthropology was offered in 1885 at the university of (a) Calcutta (b) Oxford (b) Vermont (d) California. 23.

The Jessup North Pacific Expedition was led by (a) Franz Boas in 1897 (b) Haddon in 1898 (c) Elwin in 1947 (d) Edward Tylor in 1884. 24. Who amongst the following Indian anthropologists had taken part in the ‘Yale- Cambridge Expedition’? (a) Majumdar (b) Srinivas (b) D. Sen (c) S.

C. Roy 25. ‘Marriage and Family in Mysore’ is the work of (a) Majumdar (b) Srinivas (c) Bose (d) Elwin. 26. Action anthropology has been propounded by (a) Boas (b) Tylor (c) Sol Tax (d) Haddon. 27. Indian prehistory or prehistoric archaeology may be said to have begunin (a) 1947 (b) 1867 (c) 1863 (d) 1912. 28.

Who amongst the following discovered some stone tools of Paleolithic age in India in 1863? (a) Elwin (b) K. R. U. Todd (c) Robert Bruce (d) D. Sen. 29.

The tribal research centres have not been established in (a) Bihar (b) Orissa (c) West Bengal (d) Kerala. 30. The five principles of tribal development said to be the article of faith with Nehru were the results of (a) Risley’s influences (b) Haddon’s influence (c) Elwin’s influence (d) Prichard’s influence. 31. Anthropological survey of India broke away from the zoological survey of India in (a) 1846 (b) 1913 (c) 1946 (d) 1951. 32. Who was the first director of Anthro­pological Survey of India? (a) S. C7Roy (b) D.

N. Majumdar (c) B. S.

Guha (d) T. C. Das. 33. India is second only to the USA in the number of professionally trained anthropologists working in divergent institutions.

(a) Inadequate data (b) Not known (c) True (d) False. 34. Which of the following statements is true? (a) After independence Indian Anthro­pologists were academicians (b) Tribes and castes of Oudh and united provinces are written by crooks. (c) S.C. Roy is known as ‘Father of Indian Anthropology’ (d) All the above.

35. Anthropology had been started at (a) B.H.U. (b) Bombay University (c) Calcutta University (d) None of these.

36. In India the master’s degree in anthropo­logy had been started in (a) 1896 (b) 1910 (c) 1921 (d) 1951. 37. Who amongst the following taught at Calcutta for a while and then came to Delhi where he built up at the university a department of Anthropology with emphasis on physical anthropology? (a) Srinivas (b) Biswas (c) Majumdar (d) T. C.

Das. 38. Who was the first head of the department of Anthropology in Lucknow ? (a) Das (b) Biswas (c) Sriniwas (d) Majumdar.

39. Who amongst the following was not academically trained anthropologist but his contribution to Indian anthropology can never be forgotten? (a) Majumdar (b) T. C. Das (c) S. C. Roy (d) B. S.



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