Social ecology

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Social ecology may refer to:

  • Social ecology (academic field), the study of relationships between people and their environment, often the interdependence of people, collectives and institutions
  • Social ecology (Bookchin), a theory about the relationship between ecological and social issues, associated with Murray Bookchin
  • Social ecological model, frameworks for depicting the conceptual interrelations between environmental and personal factors

See also[edit]

  • Socioecology, the scientific study of how social structure and organization are influenced by an organism's environment