World History I (Chapter 1)

Which of the following explains why some regions did not make the transition to an agricultural way of life?
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Which of the following describes a development associated with the migration of Austronesian-speaking peoples throughout the Pacific?the emergence of chiefdoms in the regions where they settledWhich of the following is used as evidence that the earliest humans first emerged in Africa?processing of ochreWhich describes a religious or spiritual aspect of Paleolithic culture?a cyclical view of time that emphasized regeneration and disintegrationWhich of the following distinguished the Agricultural Revolution in the Americas from the Agricultural Revolution elsewhere?the scarcity of animals that could be domesticatedWhich of the following represents a way that Paleolithic humans shaped their environment?They deliberately set fires to encourage the growth of particular plants.How did the last Ice Age affect Paleolithic people?the lower sea levels associated with the Ice Age created land bridges allowing human beings to travel to many regions of the earthWhich of the following describes both pastoral and agricultural village societies?Both possessed relatively egalitarian social structures with few social distinctions.The Agricultural Revolution occurred independently in various parts of the world between12,000 and 4,000 years agoWhat common feature did pastoral and agricultural societies share?organization of society based on kinshipThe absence of which of the following from this illustration has led archeologists to conclude that this site was likely used for ceremonial or religious purposes?permanent dwellingsBased on the large number of cattle depicted in this Algerian mural, what type of lifestyle was likely predominant within this society?pastoralWhich of the following was an important development during the Paleolithic period?humankind migrated to different parts of the worldWhich of the following explains why conflict was frequent between pastoral societies and agricultural societies?pastoral societies wanted the food crop and manufactured goods produced by agricultural societies