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Videos of Leafcutter Ants Show Their Division of Labor

Leafcutter ants may be the world’s first farmers. They basically collect leaves, bring them into their nests, and then eat the fungus that grows on the leaves. 468 more words

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Indigenous women´s political participation in Mexico: Why legislation backfires

By Holly Worthen

The low numbers of indigenous women elected to municipal governments in the state of Oaxaca, Mexico are notable.  Only around 11 percent of predominately indigenous villages have a woman serving as an official municipal authority. 1,038 more words

Division Of Labor

Wooden Spoon

As simple as a pencil is a wooden spoon. Everyone has one in their kitchens. Let it be a house, a restaurant, or even a business. 358 more words


Societal Specialisation is a way the rich keep the majority poor

Individuals spend so much energy pursuing the mastery at very little (usually) unimportant things such as the fastest Rubic’s cube solver, the strongest man ever, the most followed model on instagram. 128 more words

(L70) Capitalism Vs. Communism: Karl Marx

What are some of Marx’s criticisms of capitalism? How might you respond to these criticisms?

One of Marx’s criticisms of capitalism was that it’s inferior to communism because it exploits wage labor in the sense that workers are only paid enough to survive, rather than being paid in accordance with the value that they create. 198 more words

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Specialization And The Division of Labor

The video below shows what an individual would have to go through to make a chicken sandwich if there was no division of labor and exchange. 530 more words

Econ. 101

Men, When it Comes to Nutrition at Home, Either Help Out or Shut Up

I know a few people whose lives have more or less gone according to plan.  If your dad owns a business, and you’re groomed, from a very young age, to take over someday, then maybe you’re one of these people.  831 more words