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Wild Child Communication is a large part of human interaction In the movie Wild Child Victor is taught how to communicate with others According to Maslows Hierarchy of Needs Victor attempts at meeting his lower level to higher level needs According to Maslows hierarchy of Needs the lowest level of need is physiological Victor attained this need by using the wild to the fullest When the woman was in the wood collecting berries she saw him and he fled Later when the hunters were trying to find Victor he used his brain and his knowing of the woods to try to escape He was essentially an animal when the hunters found him When he felt his safety was threatened he ran and hid in a hole in the ground The only thing that got him out of the hole was when one of the hunters lit some branches and stuck it in the hole Victor came out because he couldnt breath Maslows Hierarchy of Needs says that safety is the next step up from psychological needs Victor shows this a couple of times The first of coarse is when the dogs and hunters are after him and he tries to escape by running and then going down the hole Another time Victor shows that he needs to feel safe is whenever he is resists going somewhere and has to be picked up and carried Victor shows that he needs to be loved many times throughout the movie While watching the movie the viewer get the feeling that Victor can understand the housekeeper and the doctor when they tell him he has done something good or bad The housekeeper shows love to victor almost from the very beginning Many times throughout the movie she gives him hugs and kisses When she does this she brings him close to her and he doesnt put up a struggle With almost every other person that came
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