5 edition of Ecological Research to Promote Social Change found in the catalog.
July 31, 2002 by Springer .
Written in English
|Contributions||Tracey A. Revenson (Editor), Anthony R. D"Augelli (Editor), Sabine E. French (Editor), Diane Hughes (Editor), David E. Livert (Editor), Edward Seidman (Editor), Marybeth Shinn (Editor), Hirokazu Yoshikawa (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||338|
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A2 - D'Augelli, Anthony R Ecological Research is the official English-language journal of the Ecological Society of Japan and publishes original papers on all aspects of ecology, in both aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems.
Manuscripts published in this journal must fundamentally advance and/or change our understanding of ecological :// Book Review: Ecological Research to Promote Social Change: Methodological Advances From Community Psychology.
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Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York,pp. Ricardo Godoy 1 The social ecological model has been incorporated into the “Model for Change” developed by C-Change, which outlines the levels at which SBCC programs can be developed.
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Ecological research to promote social change: methodological advances from community psychology. [Tracey A Revenson; Anthony R D'Augelli; Sabine E French; Diane L Hughes; David Livert; Edward Seidman; Marybeth Shinn; Hirokazu Yoshikawa;] -- During the past quarter century, community psychologists have worked to make relevant contributions to human welfare in community Social-ecological systems research is focused on understanding many dimensions of system functioning, making it an interdisciplinary field, but also on the development and implementation of normative societal goals, Ecological Research to Promote Social Change book as those related to sustainability (GibsonRaworthAbson et al.
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Since the s, ecologists have strongly emphasized the need to integrate research with environmental decision making (LevinHolling et al.LubchencoCastillo ).Inthe Sustainable Biosphere Initiative acknowledged the relevance of basic ecological research for addressing environmental problems but emphasized the need to include a human dimension in Recent publications, however, have noted a lack of inclusion of local dynamics in this analysis.
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Key constructs of social cognitive theory that are relevant to behavior change interventions include observational learning, reinforcement, self-control ?TabId= Social change, in sociology, the alteration of mechanisms within the social structure, characterized by changes in cultural symbols, rules of behaviour, social organizations, or value systems.
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