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Hunting and gathering societies which generate very little surplus food and material property are described by sociologists as ________ economies. A. welfare B. capitalist C. subsistence
D. socialist
Hunting and gathering societies which generate very little surplus food and material property are described by sociologists as subsistence economies.
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User: Hunting and gathering societies which generate very little surplus food and material property are described by sociologists as ________ economies. A. welfare B. capitalist C. subsistence D. socialist

Weegy: Hunting and gathering societies which generate very little surplus food and material property are described by sociologists as subsistence economies.
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User: What is the sociological significance of developing surplus and trade? A. It fosters inequality B. It establishes a new world order C. It lowers prices D. It eliminates primitive tribes

Weegy: D. It eliminates primitive tribes
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User: The plow was to the agricultural society as the ________ was to the industrial society A. microchip B. computer C. decoding of double helix molecule D. steam engine

Weegy: The answer D. Thank youn for using Weegy! [Smile]
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User: Today most governments issue money that is not backed by anything more than a promise to honor it "for all debts public and private." What is such currency called? A. gold standard currency B. fiat money C. warehouse cash D. deposit receipt

Weegy: Such currency is called B. fiat money.
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User: The linking of the world's nations by fast communications, transportation, and increased trade has created what sociologists refer to as ________. A. an open market B. the global village C. a new world order D. the corporate universe





Weegy: B. THE GLOBAL VILLAGE. The linking of the world's nations by fast communications, transportation, and increased trade has created what sociologists refer to as the global village.
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