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Indig. Environ. Move

Societies Through Time

Small Scale Socities Seek equilibrium; Have a wheel of balance (social, economic, political, and ecological)
Small Scale Societies: Focus Meeting human needs; Limit population size; Family based; Reciprocity and generosity; Egalitarianism; Gifts versus resources
Large Scale Socities Accommodate growth; 6,000 years ago; From agricultural societies; Rise of imperialism and colonialism and predatory expansion; Taxes and tribute; Labor specialization; Population imbalance
Large Scale Societies; Focus Politicization; Rise of power heirarchies
Global Scale Societies 500 years ago; Rise of industrialism; Propelled by population growth; Ideology of growth
Global Scale Societies: Focus Meeting the needs of the economic elite; Expanding and intensifying production; Global predatory expansion
Corporacracy Societies Meeting needs of the international corporation elite; Intensify production, extraction, and development; Rural and Wild lands are targets; Global hierarchies
Created by: LionsandGiants