Now that we talked about fusion and fission we will talk about generalized reciprocity. Even though the Inuit have been living in their ways and in the Artic for thousands of years there are times of struggle. Food does come scarce and in that time, they all band together to provide for one another. Even though it is taking the little bit of food away from their family, they share to ensure that everyone survives. This practice is called generalized reciprocity. “Generalized reciprocity is a form of exchange in which there is no expectation for the immediate... [continues]
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