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DIRECT ACCESS B has direct access to the source of the material without reference to A. If a territorial bounda exists, it can be crossed with impunity. There is no RECIPROCITY (HOME BASE) B visits A at As home base, and they exchange the special product each of the RECIPROCITY (BOUNDARY) A and B meet at their common boundary for exchange purposes. DOWN-THE-LINE-TRADE Reduplicated home-base or boundary reciprocity (shown here for clarity as one-way only), so that a commodity travels across successive territories through successive exchanges. CENTRAL PLACE REDISTRIBUTION A takes produce to the central place as tribute for the central person (no doubt receiving something in exchange, then or subsequently). B likewise takes produce to the central place and receives some of As produce. CENTRAL PLACE MARKET EXCHANGE A takes produce to the central place and there exchanges it directly with B for Bs produce. The centrai person is not immediately active in this transaction. FREELANCE (MIDDLEMAN) TRADING The middlema exchanges with A and with B, but is not under the contro of A or B. EMISSARY TRADING B sends an emissary, who is under Bs control, to exchange goods with A. COLONAL ENCLAVE B sends emissaries to establish a colonial enclave near A, in order to exchange withA PORT OF TRADE Both A and B send their emissaries to a central place (port of trade) which is outside the jurisdiction of either Controlling person Source of material Central place / Tenritorial boundary o Colonial enclave Person involved in transaction Emissary

What is trade? Why is it important in society? With those thoughts in mind, describe an item in your life that you use regularly. Now using the trade worksheet shown above, describe how this item got to you. Is there more than one trade method? Be sure to think about the different components of the item (for example, a computer has many parts, are they all made in the same place?). You should reference some examples from the Pulak article when introducing your discussion and your discussion of the importance of trade. For your own object discussion please use an outside resource that could include a journal article, newspaper article, or ebook.

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