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A feature usually found in societies with chiefdoms is: (Points : 1) craft or regional specialization in production. matrilineal clans. exchange based on market exchange. equality in terms of prestige.
Weegy: craft or regional specialization in production User: Theocracies are: (Points : 1) determined by the religious beliefs of the society. based on the accumulation of wealth by individuals. a group of elected officials. are sanctioned by Big Men. Weegy: Theocracies are determined by the religious beliefs of the society. (More)
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An exchange system with the expectation of a return gift of equal value is: (Points : 1) generalized reciprocity. redistribution. ceremonial exchange. balanced reciprocity
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