Basic economy and community

Behavior Science Notes Vol/Iss. 4 Published In Pages: 291-298
By Goodenough, Ward H.


This paper examines relationships among mode of production, sedentarism, and population size. Generally, agricultural societies were found to be sedentary and have larger populations, while migratory societies (such as herders or hunters) had smaller population size.

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