Compare and contrast the indigenous knowledge/practice of “Cultural Burning” of Australian Aborigines and “Slash and Burn” Agriculture of the Guarani from the Paraguay Forests.

Option 1: Watch film: The Nenets of Siberia (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1OhdCuki2jUEpx10UIFkXyn6vxAsmXmAg/view) with subtitles (https://drive.google.com/file/d/1g-Er-DLF9EPh1LGAk2IRYTbqgBHY0ejV/view)Instructions for Option 1: While watching the film, write notes by filling out Movie Guide. When you are done, submit your doc file under Canvas
Option 2: Read: Conformity & Conflict Ch. 12 “Forest Development the Indian Way ”(https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5WmYfXvl6SicXZIakJBcG90MG8/view?resourcekey=0-ADE2Txmv3J1qWyZ2rzV0eQ) and Cultural Burning-Diversity of Fire (https://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/natureorg/legacy_url/3187/ocostello-write-up_final.pdf?1630462786)Instructions for Option 2: After reading the two texts, answer at least two of these Guide Questions in your reply:1) Compare and contrast the indigenous knowledge/practice of “Cultural Burning” of Australian Aborigines and “Slash and Burn” Agriculture of the Guarani from the Paraguay Forests. 2) In what ways are “Cultural Burning” and “Slash and Burn” methods adaptive strategies? Why would other “modern” agricultural methods not work as efficiently as these methods?
3) Compare and contrast the writing styles of both articles. The Guarani article (Conformity and Conflict Ch 12) is written by an Anthropologist who is not from that community and the Cultural Burning article is written by an Australian aboriginal who comes from that community and actively practices/applies their cultural knowledge in their lives. What does this teach us about the Emic (insider/from that community writing about it) and Etic (outsider of that community looking in) perspectives?