Huaorani of Ecuador
The concept of culture is very important in determining the behaviors of communities. This is because from a general perspective, culture is the way of living of a community. Scholars have defined culture as a collective and learned figurative system of policies, values, morals, viewpoints and thoughts that shape and influence perspicacity and conducts of individuals. The ways through which a particular culture makes a live have diversified effects on other aspects of culture in the community. Studies on culture have been expanded by the way ideas and thoughts are organized and interpreted. Whether a culture is classified as forager, horticulturalist, pastoralist, agriculturalist, and/or industrialist has some direct influences on the other cultural behaviors which include; social organization, kinship, economic organization, social change, gender relations, political organizations, and beliefs and values among others. This study will look at how primary modes of subsistence of Huaorani of Ecuador’s culture influence other aspects of culture (Woods, 1975).