Societies Whose Means of Subsistence Are Based on Agricultural Production
Societies whose means of subsistence are based on agricultural production (crop growing) are called ________ societies.
Rosa notes in her comparative historical research that one group she studied was sedentary but was not fully industrialized and relied primarily on crops as its means of livelihood. This group would best be classified as:
Medina is looking at the historical period in which smaller groupings of humans developed into much larger societies, often ruled by kings, queens, and emperors, with the creation of cities and increasing inequality. She is studying the birth of what most sociologists call:
The textbook refers to the emergence of machine production based on the use of inanimate power resources (such as steam or electricity) as:
C) feudal progression.