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Question 11.Which of these is NOT true of a pastoralist society?
Question 22.Which of these is considered the most basic incentive to work?
Question 33.Which of the following is an example of a cash crop?
Question 44.Would a single farmer in Greece and a large agribusiness both be considered practitioners of intensive agriculture? Why or why not?
Question 55.What is defined as the desire to exchange something for more than it costs?
Question 66.What are roles usually based on within foraging communities?
Question 77.What do we call a corporately owned landholding, farmed and operated by large company?
Question 88.What is defined by many anthropologists as the means of production in which the significance of manufacturing goods lessens while the importance of offering services, information, and research grows?
Question 99.Which of these is an example of an intensive pastoral system?
Question 1010.What is commercialization in the context of agriculture?
Question 1111.Which type of production is defined as people laboring to produce goods or obtain food solely for themselves and their family group?
Question 1212.What is defined as a type of living in which survival is based directly or indirectly on the maintenance of domesticated animals?
Question 1313.Which of these is true of a pastoralist society?
Question 1414.In tributary production
Question 1515.What type of food production is defined as a means of food production in which vegetation is cultivated using simple tools and without permanently cultivated fields?
Question 1616.Some horticulturalist depend on this for food production?
Question 1717.What is defined as a crop produced for sale rather than personal consumption by the grower?
Question 1818.Foragers, or those who survive on the collection of natural resources, are also known as
Question 1919.Which of these is an example of extensive pastoralism?
Question 2020.Foraging communities tend to be
Question 2121.What type of production is being described in which money buys labor power and the wealthy own the means of production, then pay the common masses to work them?
Question 2222.What type of farming involves goods being produced only for the consumption and survival of one's family group?
Question 2323.Which of these is true of horticulture?
Question 2424.Which of these is NOT an example of profit motive?
Question 2525.Which of these is NOT true of the Ngatatjara people?
Question 2626.Which type of horticulture entails the process of planting a piece of land for a short time and then allowing it to remain idle for many years?
Question 2727.Which of these is NOT true of the Inuit people?
Question 2828.Which of these is considered the oldest mode of production?
Question 2929.What type of economy is occurring when almost all members of the community directly engage in obtaining food to meet the basic needs of survival for themselves and their families?
Question 3030.The technique of cutting down and burning wild vegetation is known as
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