ERIC Number: ED257641
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984
The Natural Environment: An Annotated Bibliography on Attitudes and Values.
Anglemyer, Mary, Comp.; Seagraves, Eleanor R., Comp.
Presented in this annotated bibliography are 857 entries which deal with ethics, attitudes, and values and the relationship of these topics to the natural environment. The entries (numbered consecutively throughout the book) are arranged by these categories and subcategories: (1) comprehensive--general, decision-making, planning, and population; (2) civilization--general, environmental design, future, humanities (art and literature), life styles, Native Americans, science and technology, and social science; (3) conservation--general, parks, wilderness, and wildlife; (4) ecology--general, coastal zones, endangered species, and land use; (5) economics--general, business and industry, economic growth, labor, and pollution; (6) education; (7) energy; (8) natural resources--general, agriculture, forests, hunting, trapping and fishing, marine animals, and water (general, oceans, and rivers); (9) philosophy and religion--philosophy, animal rights, and religion; and (10) politics and government--general, citizen participation, economic development, international relations, law and war. A detailed subject index is also included. Book entries provide author and/or editor, title, place, publisher, date, and number of pages and volumes. Entries for journal articles supply author and title, journal title, volume and issue number, date and inclusive paging. Journal sources are noted when applicable. (JN)
Descriptors: Attitudes, Citizen Participation, Conservation (Environment), Decision Making, Ecology, Economic Development, Economics, Endangered Species, Energy, Environmental Education, Ethics, Natural Resources, Philosophy, Physical Environment, Politics, Religion, Values
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Publication Type: Books; Reference Materials - Bibliographies
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