There are theories of society that can adequately encompass all of these types of societies into one definition.
In both the Tanzanian wilderness and the busy North American city, all active participants in a society are coming together under a common goal: human survival.
Just because survival in rural Africa looks different to survival in North America doesn’t mean the societies are fundamentally different. They are not. In the Maasai village and the New York penthouse, individuals are cooperating in order to survive. This is a society.