to act one upon another. interaction - reciprocal action, effect, or influence (Webster's. p 992).
interwork, interplay; mesh, intermesh, engage, dovetail, mortise; interweave, interlace, intertwine; interchange; coact, cooperate (Chapman. p 7).
Interacting Use to show the nature of an interaction between persons or groups (European settlers and American Indians). Key frame questions: Who are the persons or groups? What were their goals? Did they conflict or cooperate? What was the outcome for each person or group? (NCREL, 1988) See: Fishbone Map
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