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Unformatted text preview: are also horticulturists, who hunt and gather as well. They also give more power, prestige and respect to men then to women. 9. Kaweelka: who? how? These people are horticulturalists, raising pigs, yams, other vegetables, and live in small villages. These people are polygamists. They have a big man just like the Yanomami, the big man has no really authority. He can only attempt to get people to follow his ideas and plans. All the men are expected to contribute to the tribe. 10. Chiefdoms: who? how? Chiefdoms are forms of sociopolitical organizations intermediate between the tribe and the state. Social relations in chiefdoms are based mainly on kinship, marriage, descent, age, generation and gender. Some people in chiefdoms have more wealth, prestige and power. Some chiefdom have farming economies. 11. States? States are a form of sociopolitical organization based on a formal government structure and socioeconomic stratification....
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course ANTH 1 taught by Professor Hines during the Fall '07 term at UCSB.
- Fall '07