The organization of early societies changed when civilizations became more complex. Aspects of these civilizations that allowed higher changes to occur included advanced cities, specialized workers, complex institutions, record keeping and advanced technology. Advanced cities became the significant locations for civilizations to uproot. They allowed people to settle down, help the flow of trade, and improve the standard living conditions. An example of this is Mesopotamia whose fertile land encouraged migrants to settle down and form city-states. Advanced cities created the need for specialized workers and complex institutions to organize their society in a different way. Record keeping also contributed to the development of these societies. They allowed advancements made by these early people to be passed on and remain for future generations, thus changing how these societies are organized. Ultimately, these influences on societies and helped societies transgress into advanced civilizations and changed how they were organized. These factors that form civilizations originating from these early societies still remain as the basis for how people today are organized and incorporated into our world.
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