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Title Identity and the natural environment : the psychological significance of nature / edited by Susan Clayton and Susan Opotow
Published Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, [2003]
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Description 1 online resource (vi, 353 pages) : illustrations
Contents Some lives and some theories / Steven J. Holmes -- Environmental identity: a conceptual and an operational definition / Susan Clayton -- Human identity in relation to wild black bears: a natural-social ecology of subjective creatures / Gene Myers and Ann Russell -- Moralizing trees: anthropomorphism and identity in children's relationships to nature / Ulrich Gebhard, Patricia Nevers, and Elfriede Billmann-Mahecha -- The development of environmental moral identity / Peter H. Kahn, Jr. -- Children's environmental identity: indicators and behavioral impacts / Elisabeth Kals and Heidi Ittner -- The human self and the animal other: exploring borderland identities / Linda Kalof -- Trees and human identity / Robert Sommer -- Identity, involvement, and expertise in the inner city: some benefits of tree-planting projects / Maureen E. Austin and Rachel Kaplan -- Representations of the local environment as threatened by global climate change: toward a contextualized analysis of environmental identity in a coastal area / Volker Linneweber, Gerhard Hartmuth, and Immo Fritsche -- Identity and exclusion in rangland conflict / Susan Opotow and Amara Brook -- Group identity and stakeholder conflict in water resource management / Charles D. Samuelson, Tarla Rai Peterson, and Linda L. Putnam -- Constructing and maintaining ecological identities: the strategies of deep ecologists / Stephen Zavestoski -- Identity and sustained environmental practice / Willett Kempton and Dorothy C. Holland
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Environmental psychology.
Identity (Psychology)
Social Identification.
Form Electronic book
Author Clayton, Susan D., 1960-
Opotow, Susan.
ISBN 0262033119