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Pre-industrial
-Food production
-Nomadic hunters/gatherers
-Small scale agriculture
-Large scale agriculture
Horticultural
small scale agricultural
Feudalism
large scale agriculture
Industrial
-Manufactured goods
-Efficiency
-Capital owners/workers
Post-industrial
-Ideas and services
-Education key
-Greatest wealth and greatest poverty
Capitalism
-strongest survive
-weak starve
-no government
-0% tax
Mixed
-(USA)
-very basic economic services
-poor gets food stamps
- 20% tax
Socialism
-(Canada/Eur. Countries)
-goverment has many basic services
-50-50% tax
-college, public transportation, health care already paid for
Communism
-government makes all economic decisions
-100% tax
Democracy
-all people= direct
-some people= representatives
-can be parliamentary or presidential
-rule of law= written constitution
Authoritarian
-person or people inherit power usually with some limits from a constitution
-one person=monarchy
Totalitarian
dictatorship
Theocracy
religious dictatorship
Junta
military seize power
Animism
the belief of nature and animals
Totemism
belief in objects
Theism
belief in god(s) or goddess(es)
Monotheism
belief in one god or goddess
Polytheism
belief in 2 or more gods or goddesses
Ethicalism
values and ethics (confucianism, taoism)
Atheism
no beliefs
Agnosticism
no organised religion
Matrilineal/Patrilineal/ Bilateral
how descent is traced
Matriarchy/Patriarchy/ Egalitarian
who has power in family
Monogamy
one wife, one husband
Polygamy
more than one wife
Polyandry
more than one husband
Polygyny
multiple wives and husbands
Matrilocal/Patrilocal
where married couples live
Neolocal
a new home where married couples live