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Cultural Values and Human Ecology in Southeast Asia (Michigan Papers on South and Southeast Asia)
August 1, 1999
by Centers for South and Southeast Asia, Th
Written in English
|Contributions||Karl Hutterer (Editor), A. Rambo (Editor), George Lovelace (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||427|
Cultural Values and Human Ecology in Southeast Asia Karl L. Hutterer, A. Terry Rambo, and George Lovelace, Editors Gathers seventeen diverse perspectives on human ecology in Southeast Asia with a conceptual framework—cultural values—designed to bridge social and natural science paradigms. Books about family values in America have become best-sellers and important planks in American political party platforms. Membership in churches, synagogues, temples, shrines and mosques is up - more widespread religious activity than in almost all of East Asia - yet "spiritual loss" and inner stress, especially from peer and parental pressure.
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Ann Arbor, Mich., USA: The University of Michigan, Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, © Cultural Values and Human Ecology in Southeast Asia. Volume A. Terry Rambo, and George Lovelace, Editors.
Gathers seventeen diverse perspectives on human ecology in Southeast Asia with a conceptual framework—cultural values—designed to bridge social and natural science paradigms shipping of print books may be delayed.
Actual. In book: Cultural Values and Human Ecology in Southeast Asia, Edition: 1, Publisher: Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of Michigan, Editors: Karl L. Hutterer, A.
Terry Rambo Author: Geoffrey Benjamin. Human ecology research by social scientists on tropical agroecosystems. The tropical rain forest as an ecosystem. Ecology and evolution of agriculture in Southeast Asia. Population ecology.
Human population and agroecosystems. Plant sucession and agroecosystem management. tropical soils and al beliefs and management of. Overall, there is an emphasis on the social (human–human) and religious (human–God) dimensions in the educational philosophy, and separation of such from knowledge and skills.
Hence, in most of the education systems in Asia, there have been comprehensive and deep-rooted traditions of education about morality, attitudes, and values.
We present important disciplines of social sciences that focused on the relationship of humans and environment, and which inspired our concept of cultural ecology. The first human ecology appears.
The term Asian values is a political ideology that arose in the s, which defined elements of society, culture, and history common to the nations of Southeast Asia and East aimed to use commonalities – for example, the principles of collectivism or communitarianism – to unify people for their economic and social good and to create a pan-Asian identity.
Asian values, set of values promoted since the late 20th century by some Asian political leaders and intellectuals as a conscious alternative to Western political values such as human rights, democracy, and tes of Asian values typically claimed that the rapid development of many East Asian economies in the post-World War II period was due to the shared culture of their.
modern “Asian values” debate became a central part of Lee Kuan Yew’s political thought in the s. Some elements can be traced back as far as the s.
The surprising fact that ideas with such a narrow, remote base of origin have found widespread resonance throughout East and Southeast Asia.
The term East Asian cultural sphere defines the common cultural sphere of China, Japan, North Korea, South Korea in East Asia, as well as the geographically distinct but culturally closed Vietnam in Southeast Asia.
Ethnic and linguistic similarities, shared artistic traditions, written language and moral values suggest that most East Asian people are descendants of the Yellow River. Based on empirical evidence in Southeast Asia, this paper critically evaluates the concept of sustainable development based on four themes: population growth and distribution, the capitalistic system, ecological systems and the nature of development.
It argues that the development of capitalism took place in both Europe and Asia and is thus culturally neutral. Cultural-ecological perspectives on Southeast Asia: a symposium / edited by William Wood Ohio University, Center for International Studies Athens Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
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Get this edition User activity. Southeast Asia is one of the most diverse regions in the world – hosting a wide range of languages, ethnicities, religions, economies, ecosystems and political systems.
Amidst this diversity, however, has been a common desire to develop. This provides a uniting theme across landscapes of difference. This Handbook traces the uneven experiences that have accompanied development in Southeast. development in Southeast Asia from both an intra-urban and extra-urban perspective.
Speciﬁcally it argues that cities have to be treated both as ‘natural’ ecosystems and artiﬁcial, domesticated cultural envi-ronments that in some ways are linked to the formal and informal sectors of the dual economies of Southeast Asian cities.
Universal human rights, cultural relativism and the Asian values debate 9 October Author: Patrick Chin-Dahler, ANU. The issue of implementing universal human rights (specifically Article 18 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, which articulates the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion) continues to be a sensitive and ongoing issue between various.
Human Ecology: Basic Concepts for Sustainable Development presents an extremely clear and accessible account of this complex range of issues and of the concepts and tools required to understand and tackle them.
Extensively supported by graphics and detailed examples, this book makes an excellent introduction for students at all levels, and for Reviews: About The Book. This book of Radhakamal Mukerjee, with an "introduction" of Klaus Seeland, is an authoritative study on "social ecology".
Social ecology is different in scope from. Singapore provides a valuable case study in which to investigate changing cultural values during the transition from rural to urban, as many other cities in Southeast Asia and the tropics more generally are expected to follow similar development trajectories in the near future (Sodhi et al.
The moral values and interpretive systems of religions are crucially involved in how people imagine the challenges of sustainability and how societies mobilize to enhance ecosystem resilience and human well-being. The Routledge Handbook of Religion and Ecology provides the most comprehensive and authoritative overview of the field.
Abstract Historic(al) landscapes with their heritage values—cultural landscapes—have reached key status in the field of cultural heritage conservation and planning. International recognition of cultural landscapes was extended in to World Heritage prominence with the establishment of three categories of cultural landscapes of outstanding universal value.Complicating conservation in Southeast Asia.
Durham: Duke University Press, local culture, ecology, history, and transnational trade, even if policy makers or the public might like to hear simpler answers. While Dove notes that the idea of being an overlord contradicts local values, one could argue for many Southeast Asian.