Chapter 4 Swot Analysis

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1.) The three modes of production are foragers, horticulture and pastoralism. Now foragers are a society of people in search for wild plant foods and they hunt animals. Now there are two types of foragers; immediate return/mobile which require seasonal movement and delayed return which establishes a permanent home base. Horticulture can be defined as low intensity cultivation or gardening and it require large plot of land. Lastly, is pastoralism which centers on the management of herd animals. Also there are two types of pastoralism; Nomadic and transhumant. But I think foraging has potential advantages due to the relaxed nature of the lifestyle not to mention you are getting food and maintaining your house hold at the same time. Whereas horticulture…show more content…
society in the late 19th century/ early 20th century. These extremely positive effects include things such as drastic improvements in women’s roles in society and major positive changes in the manufacturing industry. The growth of industrialization in the U.S aided women in gaining rights that would give them their independence, being that now they had the right to work and vote. Also industrialization improved the quality of the working class life due to the raises in pay it provoked and lower work hours. Not to mention it contributed to the growth of cities and production in the U.S. But it also negatively impacted the U.S with environmental damage, exploitation and political corruption. The environmental damage comes from the fact that there were few if any rules regarding how resources could be removed and used. The air was horribly polluted from factories, as was the soil and rivers. Workers were exploited as it was few rules about how much a person could be paid and what factors would go towards being fired. Also many jobs were extremely dangerous and if you died there was no compensate for your family. And the amount of money generated by the Industrial Revolution created a class of rich individuals who were hopelessly
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