Flashcards in Quiz Chapter 12 Deck (15)
The set of theories that state less-developed, post-colonial countries will follow the same trajectory as industrialized countries are known as:
If two friends take turns buying each other coffee during class breaks, they are practicing balanced reciprocity.
A chief of a tribal group collects 30 percent of each family's crop for use in feasts, assisting the needy, gifts to travelers, and personal use. Which economic exchange systems matches this scenario?
Today's least economically dominant nations and regions are best referred to as which of the following?
This form of exchange is most commonly used in the United States today.
An Inuit group subsists by hunting seal, caribou, and birds, and by gathering local berries. They are using which subsistence strategy?
Immanuel Wallerstein's modern world systems state that core countries dominate the world economy while semi-peripheral are the least developed and often exploited.
Before the domestication of plants and animals over 10,000 years ago, all humans practiced which subsistence strategy?
The _________ is the number of people who can be supported by the resources of the surrounding region.
A new phone may have glass made in Kentucky, a processor made in France, a body made in Korea, assembly in China, warehousing in California, and a point of sale in your hometown. Which of the following terms best describes the hands involved in the process of acquiring the phone?
Horticulture is an intensive farming strategy for food production involving permanently cultivated land.
A parent providing food for their child without expecting repayment is an example of generalized reciprocity.
The Industrial Revolution mostly took place during the 16th Century.
You receive an email from someone claiming to be a Nigerian prince. In exchange for access to your bank account to facilitate a transaction, he promises you a financial reward that you never receive. This is an example of: