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  • Areal studies, ecological studies, and social patterns in cities
  • The urban political ecology of post-industrial Scottish towns : examining Greengairs and Ravenscraig
  • Applied ecology ; Community ; Marginality ; Political ecology ; Scotland ; Social deprivation ; Social geography ; Toxic waste ; United Kingdom ; Waste treatment
  • Communauté ; Déchet toxique ; Déprise sociale ; Ecologie appliquée ; Ecologie politique ; Greengairs ; Géographie sociale ; Marginalité ; Ravenscraig ; Royaume-Uni ; Scotland ; Traitement des déchets
  • Comunidad ; Dejación social ; Ecología aplicada ; Ecología política ; Escocia ; Geografía social ; Marginalidad ; Reino Unido ; Residuo tóxico ; Tratamiento de los residuos
  • This article examines the urban political ecology of post-industrial Scottish towns (Greengairs and Ravenscraig) with the goal of unravelling the understanding and the coping mechanisms of environmentally deprived residents. The towns are permeated
  • by a widespread, often dissimulated, political ecology that is nonetheless always present. Empirical results demonstrate that a more comprehensive handling of the political ecology of the urban is crucial in order to halt the sources of marginalisation
  • and ecological degradation.
  • The human factor in ecological history in Desertification and development: dryland ecology in social perspective.
  • Essai de synthèse de l'histoire écologique et sociale. Reconstitution de l'évolution écologique du Rajasthan en relation avec l'évolution des activités humaines.
  • What makes ecology political? : rethinking scale in political ecology
  • Ecology ; Political ecology ; Scale ; Social change
  • Changement social ; Echelle ; Ecologie ; Ecologie politique
  • Les AA. étudient la manière dont les concepts d'échelle sont abordés en écologie politique afin de rendre compte des résultats du changement écologique et social. Il convient d'être plus attentif à la production de l'échelle et à son utilisation
  • Resilience thinking meets social theory : situating social change in socio-ecological systems (SES)
  • Ecology ; Environmental change ; Knowledge ; Man-environment relations ; Power ; Resilience ; Social change ; Social sciences ; Social theory
  • Changement environnemental ; Changement social ; Connaissance ; Ecologie ; Pouvoir ; Relation homme-environnement ; Résilience ; Sciences sociales ; Théorie sociale
  • Cambio social ; Ciencias sociales ; Conocimiento ; Ecología ; Poder ; Relación hombre-medio ambiente ; Resiliencia ; Teoría social
  • The concept of resilience in ecology has been expanded into a framework to analyse human-environment dynamics. The extension of resilience notions to society has important limits, particularly its conceptualization of social change. The paper argues
  • that this stems from the lack of attention to normative and epistemological issues underlying the notion of ‘social resilience’. The AA. suggest that critically examining the role of knowledge at the intersections between social and environmental dynamics helps
  • Some ecological aspects of coastal development
  • Action anthropique ; Aménagement régional ; Coût social ; Ecologie ; Ecologie appliquée ; Géographie humaine ; Littoral ; Mise en valeur ; Organisation de l'espace ; Pollution ; Population ; Ressource
  • The demand for fuel: ecological implications of socio-economic change in Desertification and development: dryland ecology in social perspective.
  • Geografija i ekologija - vzaimodejstvie, s''trudnicestvo Geography and ecology - interdependent and complementary sciences
  • Bulgarie ; Ecologie appliquée ; Ecologie sociale ; Géographie ; Géographie physique ; Politique écologique
  • This article treats the relationship between geography and ecology.
  • Cleaning up after the Celtic Tiger : scalar fixes in the political ecology of Tiger economies
  • Capitalism ; Economy ; Environmental management ; Ireland ; Political ecology ; Territorial unit ; Waste treatment
  • Using a theoretically provocative case study that examines the politics of waste management in Ireland, the paper argues that in reflecting upon the role of such culture wars in the constitution of dominant social relations in Tiger states
  • , the concepts of scalar strategies and struggles over scale may prove useful. Ecological projects too are fundamentally produced by and implicated in the structuration of scale. In calling for dialogue between political ecological studies and recent work
  • in geography, the paper hopes to contribute towards the development of a political ecology of Tiger states.
  • The specialist-synthesis approach to the revival of geography : the case of cultural ecology
  • Data processing ; Geography ; Human ecology ; Research ; Social anthropology ; Social sciences ; Society-environment relationship ; United States
  • Anthropologie sociale ; Ecologie culturelle ; Ecologie humaine ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie ; Recherche ; Relation société-environnement ; Sciences sociales ; Traitement des données
  • Geography has flourished within the academy by addressing major conceptual and applied themes shared within an interdisciplinary format but by way of a specialist-synthesis fusion. The development of this approach in cultural ecology is briefly
  • Event ecology, causal historical analysis, and human-environment research
  • Ecology ; Epistemology ; Human ecology ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Man-environment relations ; Political ecology ; Social sciences
  • Ecologie ; Ecologie culturelle ; Ecologie humaine ; Ecologie politique ; Epistémologie ; Interdisciplinarité ; Relation homme-environnement ; Sciences sociales
  • The ecological description and analysis of tropical subsistence patterns: an example from New Guinea in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • Agriculture de subsistance ; Alimentation ; Anthropologie sociale ; Elevage ; Enga ; Gadio Enga, ethnie ; Géographie de l'Océanie ; Papouasie-Nouvelle Guinée ; Régime alimentaire ; Système agricole
  • Fire in the cerrado (savannas) of Brazil : an ecological review
  • Biodiversity ; Biogeography ; Brazil ; Ecology ; Environmental management ; Fire ; Savanna
  • Fire is a major determinant of cerrado (savanna) vegetation in Brazil, and is used as a management tool during the dry season. This article reviews past and present fire ecology studies in the cerrado, (abiotic, biotic, social studies and management
  • A gender-sensitive urban factorial ecology: male, female, grouped, and gendered social spaces in Saskatoon
  • Canada ; Factorial ecology ; Gender difference ; Multivariate analysis ; Social space ; Urban district ; Urban structure
  • Analyse multivariée ; Canada ; Différence entre sexes ; Ecologie factorielle ; Espace social ; Quartier ; Structure urbaine
  • Sur les changements sociaux, démographiques et économiques relatifs aux hommes et aux femmes. Ils ont conduit à l'émergence d'espaces sociaux distincts qui diffèrent de ceux qui proviennent des écologies factorielles classiques. Comparaison et
  • Global motorization, social ecology and China
  • Car ; China ; Environment ; Human ecology ; Impact study ; Social inequality ; Town ; Urban sprawl ; Urban transport
  • Automobile ; Chine ; Ecologie humaine ; Environnement ; Etalement urbain ; Etude d'impact ; Inégalité sociale ; Motorisation ; Transport urbain ; Ville
  • Alors que l'on a sonné l'alarme à propos de la menace d'émissions croissantes de gaz à effet de serre liée au développement de la motorisation, l'A. étudie ses impacts sociaux et écologiques trop souvent négligés. A travers l'analyse de données sur
  • la motorisation et l'utilisation du sol, l'A. met en lumière la perte de terres agricoles et la polarisation sociale croissante.
  • Attitudes of business leaders and professional ecologists toward regulating environmental social costs in South Africa
  • Attitude ; Behaviour ; Ecology ; Environment ; Perception ; Social cost ; South Africa
  • Afrique du Sud ; Attitude ; Comportement ; Coût social ; Ecologie ; Environnement ; Perception
  • Both professional ecologists and business leaders believe that companies must take responsibility for the social costs of their actions should these impair ecological functioning. - (AJC)
  • The ecology of knowledge: linking the natural and social sciences in Links between the natural and Social Sciences.
  • Concept ; Ecosystème ; Généralités sur la géographie ; Histoire des sciences ; Philosophie des sciences ; Positivisme ; Sciences sociales
  • Agricultural ecology in the southeast Asian savanna region: The Mnong Gar of Vietnam and their social space in Human ecology in savanna environments.
  • Aspects écologiques d'un espace social restreint en Asie du Sud-Est: les Mnong Gar du Vietnam et leurs relations à l'environnement. (CBP).
  • Biodiversity ; Capitalism ; Environment ; Human ecology ; Modernization ; Social change ; Social theory ; Sustainable development ; Town
  • Biodiversité ; Capitalisme ; Changement social ; Développement durable ; Ecologie humaine ; Environnement ; Modernisation ; Théorie sociale ; Ville
  • that concept ecologically sustainable development in the broad flow of social change. The A. sketches a Polanyian approach to environmental planning, foregrounding the concept of ecosocialisation. He moves from a discussion of our present situation through
  • an analysis of ecological modernisation and eco-Marxist theory.
  • Reconsidering regional political ecologies : toward a political ecology of the rural American West
  • Conflict ; Environment ; Human ecology ; Ideology ; Man-environment relations ; Regional geography ; Rural area ; Scale ; United States of America ; Western United States
  • of regional political ecologies. Regional approaches can retain the greatest strengths of recent political ecology in revealing the importance of local-scale social dynamics while situating these dynamics within broader scales of regional and global processes.
  • There is danger of moving political ecology toward even greater emphasis on specificity and difference and pushing consideration of broader-scale processes farther into the background. One response to these challenges is to reconsider the concept