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HUEC1000 15:44 “The whole is  greater than the sum of its parts” Aristotle is credited with this basic principle. * Holistic view- an awareness of interrelationship and interdependency of total universe  and human behavior and development *ecology- the study of or science of the house or habitat *Human ecology- study of the interdependence and interrelationship of human beings  with their natural, human behavioral, and human constructed enviroments. *****THREE PARTS TO THE HUMAN ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM- 1)human 2)enviroment  3)interaction between human and enviroment enviroment-forces and conditions that surround and influence living organisms and  nonliving things -it is always changing
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Unformatted text preview: -threeparts of the enviroment 1)natural 2)human constructed 3)human behavior natural enviroment: features of the earth ( living things:plants,animals) elements of the atmosphere time climatic zone resources human constructed enviroment: the part of the enviroment that humans have established or changed to meet designated needs.-social biological-the living-social physical-the enviroment Social cultural example: Laws, languages, standards of beauty, customs. Includes the cultural patterns of the community. Human behavioral enviroment- the psychosocial and biophysical behaviors of human beings (what you do think values emotions physical skills 15:44 15:44...
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