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Alan Page Fiske, in his book The [[Structures of Social Life]], has described a relational grammar consisting of four types of relationships, related to the allocation of resources in society, which have existed in most times and regions, but with different relations of dominance amongst them. In his [[http://wiki.p2pfoundation.net/Relational_Model_Typology_-_Fiske relational model] he distinguishes Communal Shareholding (pooling with a totality), Equality Matching (the gift economy based on reciprocity), Authority Ranking (allocation according to rank) and Market Pricing.
 
Alan Page Fiske, in his book The [[Structures of Social Life]], has described a relational grammar consisting of four types of relationships, related to the allocation of resources in society, which have existed in most times and regions, but with different relations of dominance amongst them. In his [[http://wiki.p2pfoundation.net/Relational_Model_Typology_-_Fiske relational model] he distinguishes Communal Shareholding (pooling with a totality), Equality Matching (the gift economy based on reciprocity), Authority Ranking (allocation according to rank) and Market Pricing.
   
Kojin Karatani distinguishes four modes of exchange:
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[[Kojin Karatani]] distinguishes four modes of exchange:
   
 
* mode A, which consists of the reciprocity of the gift ; but he distinguishes the pooling of nomadic bands and the reciprocity-based gift economy of tribal systems
 
* mode A, which consists of the reciprocity of the gift ; but he distinguishes the pooling of nomadic bands and the reciprocity-based gift economy of tribal systems

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