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Human Ecology Following Nature's Lead

By: Frederick Steiner
237 pages, Photos
Publisher: Island Press
Human Ecology
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  • Human Ecology ISBN: 9781559639958 Hardback Dec 2002 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Presents a historical and analytical examination of how humans interact with each other as well as with other organisms and their surroundings. Also provides an introduction to the major elements of human ecological theory including language, culture, and technology; structure, function, and change; edges and boundaries; interaction, integration, and institution; diversity; and adaptation.

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By: Frederick Steiner
237 pages, Photos
Publisher: Island Press
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othe subjects of ÝSteinerAEs thinking and writing are far braoder than architecture and the other environmental planning design arts. To produce a new view of human ecology, he draws mainly from biology, sociology, anthropology, geography, engineering, architecture, landscape architecture, planning and conservation.o --Journal of Economic Issues
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