According to Wilk and Cliggett, which model of human nature is based on the assumption that people’s motivations are shaped by culturally sp

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According to Wilk and Cliggett, which model of human nature is based on the assumption that people’s motivations are shaped by culturally specific belief systems and values guided by a culturally patterned view of the universe and the human place within it?
a. the self-interested model
b. the social model
c. the moral model
d. the religious model

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Luna 3 months 2022-02-11T05:07:02+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-02-11T05:08:50+00:00

    c) is the correct option  

    Explanation:

    Wilk and Cliggett gave three models in economic anthropology: the self interested model, the social model and the moral model

    • The moral model are shaped by culturally specific belief systems and values guided by a culturally patterned view of the universe and the human place within it
    • People are socialized and have taken these values and practices; the moral model also thinks that the modern state has lost their morals and ethics and replaced it with amoral selfishness
    • The moral persons motivations are shaped by cultural specific beliefs system and values
    • Moral human beings are believers whose actions are always guided by right and wrong
      , shaped by belief systems and values
      , desire to do what is right
      , classification
      , cosmology determines or influences behavior

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