soc-org - IV Means of Subsistence A. Foraging...

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Culture Through Film Spring 2009 Week Four: Social Organization [Note: this document should help you organize your notes from the lectures  and readings.  What follows  are bulleted points that are in need of  definitions, examples, details, and explanations – all of which should be in  your notes from the lecture and readings for this week] I Different kinds of social formations amongst human groups A. Egalitarian B. Ranked C. Stratified II Forms of Social Control A. Egalitarian B. Ranked C. Stratified III Status 1. Ascribed 2. Achieved Question: How  would  we best describe the status  system  in the US?
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Unformatted text preview: IV Means of Subsistence A. Foraging Characteristics Implications Survival Contemporary Foraging cultures San of the Kalahari Desert (Africa) Mbuti of central and eastern Africa Native Australians Inuit of Canada and Alaska Patagonia, southern Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay The Curios Case of NW Coast Sedentary Foragers B. Cultivation Began in the Middle East around 10 12 kya Began in the Americas around 7 8 kya Horticulture Agriculture Effects of Agriculture Management issues...
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This note was uploaded on 03/04/2009 for the course ANTHRO 106 taught by Professor Harper during the Spring '08 term at UMass (Amherst).

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