Portland State University. Department of Anthropology
Kenneth M. Ames
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Master of Arts (M.A.) in Anthropology
Human ecology, Applied anthropology, Economic development -- Environmental aspects
1 online resource (158 pages)
Human activity is embedded within a myriad of seldom-acknowledged ecological relationships. Anthropology and ecology, two holistic disciplines concerned with these activities, struggle with the topic of human/nature relationships because both are grounded within larger western discourses separating human behaviors from those of the natural world. This thesis examines the histories of anthropology and ecology in the 20th Century, and the effect these disciplines have had upon the formulation of contemporary urban worldviews that are based upon the separation of humans from nature.
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Cornett, William Lloyd, "Enculturing Nature" (1998). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 6296.
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