3. Agricultural is a is a large-scaled society where cultivation is practiced by the use of
plows pulled by animals or more powerful sources for the livelihood of the people.
4. Industrial society is where the production of goods were made when the sources of
energy began to advance from animals to large machinery ran by coal, water, and
5. Post-industrial society is when the society began to process information through
computer technology. This was done by way of factories and other electronic devices.
Chapter 2. Answer should include: Hunting and Gathering: nomads of kin living off of
what was available; Horticultural and Pastorialism: plant seeds, grow crops,
domestication of animals, use tools, and less nomadic; Agriculture: larger scale farming
with human and animal power; Industry: advanced fuels and machinery to produce
40 / 40 pts
(TCOs 5, 6, and 8) Identify and briefly explain the four principles that underlie social stratification.