Environmental psychology : principles and practice / Robert Gifford Gifford, Robert

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Gifford, Robert
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Environmental psychology.; Psychologie de l'environnement.; Omgevingspsychologie.
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A comprehensive and authoritative overview of environmental psychology, covering fundamental processes such as environmental perception and spatial cognition, social-environmental processes such as privacy and crowding, setting-oriented chapters on residences, education, and the workplace, the psychology of nature and natural resourcement management, and social design, and the social science contribution to architectural design. Over 3000 references in 15 chapters, with an Epilog, extensive name and subject indexes, and an Appendix on organizations, graduate school, and websites. -- Book Description.
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Rating: 5/5
public:oliev
2017-05-18 01:18:01.0

This is an awesome book. As a centrist and fiscal conservative who's writing research papers on the same I am highly concerned about the biosphere and the hedonistic wastrel mentality that is the antithesis of conservatism and has replaced true conservatism with idol worship and greed, elevated to the status of a virtue. I suspect many traditional conservatives, particularly of the fiscal variety that deplore waste, have quite a bit in common with "left"ward visionaries who are among the few to boldly face the reality of our time, species and planet.

As for your statement that "rightwingers care more about made up nationalism and money", I have come to conclude that the takeover of the Republican party by certain fiscal interests represents not nationalism but a multinational run by the barons of the current Gilded Age. The flag, the God bless "America," a pseudo religion thrown in to ensure faith based votes, these are all merely tools and vessels, as are we all. It is time for those who actually care about the U.S. AND a world of water, forest and other species, to dare to speak the truth in the face of all these charades.

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