Q10 SOC 150 - Soc 150 - Study Guide 10. Define the parts of...

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Unformatted text preview: Soc 150 - Study Guide 10. Define the parts of an economy (production, etc.) and the three forms they took (markets, gifts, etc.) initially; then describe Chase-Dunn's interaction networks and how they relate to one another. What are the preconditions for the rise of market economy; then list and explain the three ideal types of economic systems we discussed. Can you identify the five types of brokerage? Economy: production, distribution, and consumption Economies take several different forms o Gifts (emotional, etc.) o Theft o Markets Chase-Dunn: Interaction Networks Predictions for the rise of market economy o Private property o Buyers and sellers o Information o and... o Money Embeddedness and Networks Social Networks: Brokerage o The person in the middle o A------->B-------->C o Coordinator- broker within same group o A-------> B-------->C o Consultant - Broker outside group o A------- > B--------> C o Gatekeeper - broker at boundary controlling access o A------->B--------> C o Representative o A-------> B--------> C o Liaison - broker not part of either group------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------...
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2010 for the course SOC soc150 taught by Professor Russell during the Winter '09 term at UC Riverside.

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Q10 SOC 150 - Soc 150 - Study Guide 10. Define the parts of...

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