Exploring the Human-Environment Connection: Rurality, ecology and social well-being
Special Issue of Rural Society
Volume 23 Issue 2 February 2014
pages ISBN 978-1-921980-29-9
128 pages ISBN 978-1-921980-29-9
Guest editors: Shelby Gull Laird (Environmental Sciences, Charles Sturt University) and Angela Wardell-Johnson (Sustainability Research Centre, University of the Sunshine Coast)
Exploring the complex nature that exists between humans and their physical environment is the topic of this exciting special issue from Rural Society.
Articles explore the nexus between the well-being of individuals, communities and environments. Disciplinary approaches include human geography, environmental sociology, ecopsychology, policy studies, planning, cultural studies and other perspectives which advance knowledge in human-nature-animal relations using high quality social science research methodology - qualitative, quantitative and mixed.