tribal society

  1. a society with the social organization of a tribe
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  • In the twelfth century the actual handicraftsmen found themselves at last face to face with the development of the earlier associations of freemen which were the survivals from the tribal society of Europe.
  • Dealing with a traditionally networked tribal society may well require a ‘carrot and stick’ approach.
  • Yet Libya and its long-suffering tribal society, sitting atop vast oil riches, faces an uncertain future as it tries to establish a real government in place of the dead leader's personal tyranny.
  • Since the meaning of some terms eluded early Tibetan tribal society, the translators could only turn to the etymology for devising terms. Workshop for Tibetans Translating Dharma: Report
  • However, to study tribal society from the perspective of ecologic anthropology will help modern men find solutions to their problems concerning environment.
  • They are a primitive species of canine-muzzled humanoids that arrange themselves in a simple, tribal society.
  • When newborn empires and monotheism end the era of tribal society, states come into being and become the supreme form of communities, ethnic groups and various religious ethical culture.
  • Therefore, this article take the Mohammed Ali time's Egypt tribal society as the main object of study, probe into historical function of Egyptian politics, economy and military.
  • The Pashtuns are, famously, the largest tribal society in the world.
  • Meanwhile, because the political party emerges from the womb of the traditional tribal society, exists the obvious limitation.
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