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According to anthropologists, what type of leader is considered a “big man”? (Points : 1) the largest man who consumes the most food a man who has the ability to sway fellow villagers
through the process of gift giving a man who has the power to make all decisions on war a man who has been chosen to perform all rituals and sacred ceremonies
A "big man" is a man who has been chosen to perform all rituals and sacred ceremonies. Source:
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Matrilineal kinship means, kinship is traced through the mother.
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Sorry, i mistakenly ended the conversation.
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Members of foraging societies travel to another society’s territory to barter for domesticated grains and tools. This is an example of:

The correct answer is negative reciprocity.
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