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Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020): Volume 2, Issue 2, Year 2020
Articles

Cultural Ecology views in Sangam Literature

Elanchezhiyan L
Department of Tamil, Government arts college, Coimbatore-641018, Tamil Nadu, India

Published 2020-03-22

Keywords

  • Sangam literature,
  • Sangam era,
  • Cultural ecology,
  • Ecology,
  • Nature conservation,
  • Tamil literature,
  • Theory of cultural change,
  • Julian Stewart
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How to Cite

L, E. (2020). Cultural Ecology views in Sangam Literature. International Research Journal of Tamil, 2(2), 111-118. https://doi.org/10.34256/irjt20212

Abstract

The human race, a component of nature, has begun to experience the opposite effect as a reaction to the domination of nature. The modern society, which is endangering the dangers of global warming and climate change, has just begun to express its concern for nature. This is why the modern concept of ecology is gaining more attention. The concept of ecology is now a matter of debate, rather than a defence of nature, of human self-defence. It is only by understanding nature and living on it that the human race can establish its presence in this global sphere. "Man is a social animal. He responds directly to the environment through his actions and changes not only his way of life but also the way of life of all living things” In his book Theory of cultural change 1955 by Julian Stewart. Ecology Review is a study that combines scientific theoretical environment and literature with language and biological theories. Nature has a great influence on us as a living substance and when we misuse it, it brings us great danger. All Tamil ancient life in the academy is seen as ecological. The following nattrinai poems describe how the people of the Sangam era had an understanding of nature.

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