Other Sociology Applied to American Indian Peoples

Other sociology including other peoples of the world, communities, and social structure and change can be used to examine American Indian peoples.

   

Other Sociology

Other sociology can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, North American Indian peoples, and South American Indian peoples.

Other peoples of the world

Other peoples of the world including nations and major groups of Western Civilization, Asiatic peoples, and African peoples can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, North American Indian peoples, and South American Indian peoples.

Communities

Communities that may have a close connection to American Indian peoples include:

Other cities such as Hanoi, Naples, Taiyuan, Jeddah, and Detroit can be examined for connections to Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples.

Social mechanics

Social mechanics including social change, social types, and social structure can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Meso-American peoples, Southwestern American Indian peoples, and Caribbean peoples; South American Indian peoples including Andean, Amazonian, and Cono/Southern American Indian peoples; and North American Indian peoples including Eastern North American Indian and Western North American Indian peoples.

Social change

Social change including particular changes and movements, social change factors, and social change proceses can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American indian peoples including Andean and Amazonian peoples; and North American Indian peoples.

Particular changes and movements

Particular changes and movements including Stone Age developments, the agricultural revolution, agrarian developments, and the industrial revolution can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American indian peoples including Amazonian peoples, and North American Indian peoples.

Stone age developments

Stone age developments can be be used to examine Middle American Indian, South American Indian, and North American Indian peoples.

Agricultural revolution

The agricultural revolution can be used to examine Middle American Indian, South American Indian, and North American Indian peoples.

Agrarian developments

Agrarian developments including American Civilization, modernization, bronze age movements, early iron age movements, and iron age movements can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples.

American civilization can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples and North American Indian peoples. Modernization can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples and North American Indian peoples. Bronze age movements can possibly be connected to Middle American Indian peoples and North Amerian Indian peoples, but most of these took place in the Old World. Early iron age movements are not well connected to Middle American Indian peoples or North American Indian peoples since they chiefly took place in the Old World. Late iron age movments are not well connected to Middle American Indian peoples or North American Indian peoples, since they chiefly took place in the Old World.

The industrial revolution including the early industrial revolution, middle industrial revolution, and late industrial revolution did not originate among these peoples, but affected them anyway. North American Indian, Middle American Indian, and South American Indian peoples can be connected. The early industrial revolution can be used to examine North American Indian and Middle American Indian peoples. The middle industrial revolution can be used to examine North American Indian peoples and Middle American Indian peoples. The late industrial revolution has also had various effects on North American Indian peoples and Middle American Indian peoples.

Social change factors

Social change factors including institutional change, cultual change, demographic change, and natural change can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples.

Institutional change can be be used to examine Middle American Inian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. Cultural change can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples and North American Indian peoples. Demographic change can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples and North American Indian peoples. Natural change can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples and North American Indian peoples.

Social change processes

Social change processes including innovation, transmission, adaptation, and extinction can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples.

Innovation can be be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples and North American Indian peoples. Transmission can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples and North American Indian peoples. Adaptation can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples and North American Indian peoples. Extinction can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples and North American Indian peoples.

Social types

Social types including industrial society, agrarian society, horticultural society, and hunting and gathering society can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples including Andean peoples and Amazonian peoples; and North American Indian peoples.

Industrial society can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. Agrarian society can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. Horticultural society can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. Hunting and gathering society can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples.

Social structure

Social structure including community and regional structure, class structure, institutional structure, cultural structure, and anthropological structure can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples including Southwestern American Indian peoples; South American Indian peoples; and North American Indian peoples.

Community and regional structure can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North America Indian peoples. Class structure can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American indian peoples. Institutional structure can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. Cultural structure can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples. Anthropological structure can be used to examine Middle American Indian peoples, South American Indian peoples, and North American Indian peoples.

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Created 18 Oct 2013 Last updated 13 Nov 2017