Society and Natural Resources “publishes a broad range of social science research and thinking on the interaction of social and bio-physical processes, policies and practices occurring around the world and at multiple scales.” Some articles provide case studies on i2S methods and concepts. In 2014 these included articles on social learning and on implicit knowledge production models.
Papers examine “cultural, psychological, economic and political perspectives relating to forests, oceans, fisheries, soils, and water; and address a variety of topics such as people and protected areas/biodiversity conservation, globalization and capitalism, environmental justice, place/community-based conservation, community resilience, adaptive and collaborative management, sustainability, climate change, environmental attitudes and concerns, environmental hazards and risks, and human-nature relationships.”
Posted: June 2010
Last modified: February 2018