Anthropology Ch. 7 Vocabulary
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The exchange of goods considered to have roughly equal value; social purposes usually motivate the exchange.
The giving of goods without expectation of a return of equal value at any definite future time.
Money that may be used to purchase only a few kinds of goods.
Exchange by means of buying and selling, using money.
Exchange motivated by the desire to obtain goods, in which the parties try to gain all the material goods they can.
The transfer of goods for goods between two or more individuals or groups.
The collection of goods or money from a group, followed by a reallocation to the group by a central authority.
The degree to which cultural norms specifiy that two individuals or groups should be helpful to, intimate with or emotionally attached to one another.
The rendering of goods (typically including food) to an authority such as a chief.
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