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Essay #3 Human Geography 3. A. Humans are social animals, and we naturally gravitate towards those who are “like us.” There will always be tensions among groups of people who are different, and they will struggle for power, territory and resources. The best we can do is educate ourselves to better understand “the other,” be tolerant, and promote efforts at conflict resolution. From the first time two different groups of humans met until the present day, there have always been tensions between people. The above statement, which says humans naturally gravitate to those who are like us, is very true. People, for the most part, do not want to associate with others that have different beliefs than they do. This happens every day in the world around us. An example of this is you would almost never see a Muslim in a Catholic church for Sunday mass, simply because they have different religious beliefs. We have seen evidence of people of similar beliefs grouping together since two different
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course GE 100 taught by Professor Benjamin during the Fall '07 term at Worcester.

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