How Competition over Limited Natural Resources Impacts the Formation of Culture
Date of Award
Undergraduate Capstone Project
Master of Liberal Studies
University College, Global Community Engagement
Darfur, Formation of culture, Imperial Russia, Kievan Rus, Limited resources, Mesoamerican religion, Resource competition
This project analyzes the closely linked connection between the competition over limited resources and the formation of culture as it pertains to art and literature. The project is broken into three main topics: the influence of limited resources on competition, the role that competition and other factors have on the formation of culture, and finally how art and literature are reflective of resources, the competition for those resources, and other historical influences. This paper concludes that while there are many factors in the creation of cultures, competition over limited natural resources plays the most integral role in the formation of culture.
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Ragon, Joshua, "How Competition over Limited Natural Resources Impacts the Formation of Culture" (2011). University College: Global Community Engagement Capstones. 8.