Agrarian and industrial societies

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The Fundamental Environmental Differences between Agrarian and Industrial Societies

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Running head: AGRARIAN AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIESThe Fundamental Environmental Differences between Agrarian and Industrial SocietiesStudents NameUniversity Affiliation1AGRARIAN AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIETIES2The Fundamental Environmental Differences between Agrarian and Industrial SocietiesIntroductionThis planet is composed of people who are always in social relationships with each other.These relationships break down into specific societies whereby people who have a commonculture are able to carry on a life which is shared based on their level of interdependence. Thesociety has never been the same all over the world and also it has not been similar over thecourse of the history of humanity. The agrarian and the industrial societies have been marked outin the globe whereby the Indian society is agrarian and the American society is industrial. Thedifference between agrarianism and industrialism defines a human difference which is the mostfundamental. It not only divides two concepts of land use and agriculture which are nearlyopposite, but it also separates two nearly opposite ways of getting to understand our world, ourfellow creatures, and ourselves (Shah, 2013).The DifferencesThe agrarian society is generally associated with animals and plants domestication.Domestication of plants implies farming while animal domestication means herding. There isalways a mixture of plant domestication and the use of domesticated animals such as goats,sheep and cow

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