1. The move from food foraging to food production (agricultural revolution) significantly altered the culture of people. What are the major implications of food production (as opposed to food foraging)? Discuss at least ten ways in which the agricultural revolution changed our culture. Be sure to address the impact of the early food production system on the social, economic, gender, stratification, public-domestic dichotomy, violence, and political organization of societies. (10 points)
  2. What are some of the primary differences and similarities between horticultural and foraging groups? (5 points)
  3. Give an example of a rite of passage. Name and discuss the three stages in that rite of passage in reference to your example. (5 points)

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