conservationism


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conservationism

[ˌkɒnsəˈveɪʃənɪzəm] Nconservacionismo m
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This part issue demonstrates how, today, transnational capital, the media, and even seemingly progressive projects such as conservationism equally shape--and are shaped by--the politics of whiteness.
For example, one student chose Wyland, and addressed the importance of conservationism.
In its early days, conservationism concentrated its efforts on land species and environments.
Somethin' tells me it's all happening at the zoo": Discourse, power, and conservationism.
Hatch (1993) points out that the term Cultural Dynamics originated in Cultural Anthropology where it refers to issues such as the origin and evolution of cultures, acculturation processes, and the issue of change in the face stability (for example: through the diffusion, innovation, cultural conservationism, and the resistance to changes).
A moral extension of the theory of planned behaviour, norms and anticipated feelings of regret in conservationism.
This anti-federal skepticism is intertwined with skepticism toward conservationism.
Surprisingly, there is little explicit attention to the topic of gender oppression on the part of Fossey in her text, which suggests that she probably regarded the gender debate more as a competing issue which threatened to distract readers from conservationism than as a hierarchical form of domination with solid connections to speciesism.
He discusses biodiversity and contrasts a species conservationism approach with the speciation and hybridization that can be pressured by introduced species.
It is particularly remarkable for the remains ascribed to sections Carex, Phacocystis and Vesicariae, suggesting some degree of niche conservationism since at least the Miocene.
In a letter to The Guardian newspaper in August 2014, Clem Cecil, the then director of Save, described facade retention as 'tokenism at its worst, treating architecture in only two dimensions' and labelling it 'the bastard child of conservationism.
Professor Carl Jones has been awarded the 2016 Indianapolis Prize, often dubbed the "Nobel prize" of conservationism.

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