Introduction to Human Ecology

Introduction to Human Ecology - Introduction to Human...

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Introduction to Human Ecology 11:374:101 Daniel Yun Film Paper #1 (Question 2) Communication within a society is vital in order to maintain a healthy environment. Unless one maintains good relations with one another, the environment may be in danger. Cree hunters have proven that maintaining a healthy relationship with fellow Cree’s also affect the relationship with their environment in a positive way. Although varying greatly social wise, Rutgers students and Cree hunters have something in common; Nature is greatly impacted upon the way humans interact and communicate. The Cree’s relationship with one another is strangely strong. One may have noticed that in the documentary: Different families were able to live under one household; Also the narrator mentioned that the Cree’s do not fight with one another. This fact clearly illustrates the powerful bond the Cree’s share with one another. Through this bond, Families learn to respect and appreciate each other’s presence and embrace each other. The Cree’s sense of community is
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