Flashcards in Chapter 10: Food getting and economics Deck (11)
The way in which a society gets their food.
Almost always nomadic
Wild vegetation, animals, and fish
Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK)
Set of tools, skills, and knowledge used by people for survival.
A set of social rules that govern the sharing of food and other items.
Animals and fish
Animals and wild plants
An economic system in which goods and money flow into a central entity, such as a gov't authority or religious institution.
System in which prices are set by supply and demand.
Cultivation that does not make intensive use of land, labour, capital etc.
Cultivation that requires intensive and continuous use of land.
Rise of cities