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From the earliest days of the tribe, kinship determined the way in which the ojibwa society organized its labor, provided access to its resources, and defined rights and obligations involved in the distribution and consumption of those resources.

a. and defined rights and obligations involved in the distribution and consumption of those resources.
b. defining rights and obligations involved in their distribution and consumption.
c. and defined rights and obligations as they were involved in its distribution and consumption.
d. whose rights and obligations were defined in their distribution and consumption.
e. the distribution and consumption of them defined by rights and obligations.

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From the earliest days of the tribe, kinship determined the way in which the ojibwa society organized its labor, provided access to its resources, and defined rights and obligations involved in the distribution and consumption of those resources.

a. and defined rights and obligations involved in the distribution and consumption of those resources.
b. defining rights and obligations involved in their distribution and consumption.
c. and defined rights and obligations as they were involved in its distribution and consumption.
d. whose rights and obligations were defined in their distribution and consumption.
e. the distribution and consumption of them defined by rights and obligations.


A?
organized, provided and defined. A seems parallel.
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a is the answer.


pls explain "those resources" refers to???
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paeagain wrote:
From the earliest days of the tribe, kinship determined the way in which the ojibwa society organized its labor, provided access to its resources, and defined rights and obligations involved in the distribution and consumption of those resources.

a. and defined rights and obligations involved in the distribution and consumption of those resources.
b. defining rights and obligations involved in their distribution and consumption.
c. and defined rights and obligations as they were involved in its distribution and consumption.
d. whose rights and obligations were defined in their distribution and consumption.
e. the distribution and consumption of them defined by rights and obligations.


paeagain wrote:
a is the answer.
pls explain "those resources" refers to???


The portion in bold red above. We are talking about the resources of the society.

The Kinship of the particular society determined how the society provided access to the society's resources and the kinship defined things related to those resources.

In blue are the parallel parts and in green are the resources that are being discussed.
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The portion in bold red above. We are talking about the resources of the society.

The Kinship of the particular society determined how the society provided access to the society's resources and the kinship defined things related to those resources.

In blue are the parallel parts and in green are the resources that are being discussed.



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