Beyond Knee-Jerk Environmental Thinking: Teaching Geographic Perspectives on Conservation, Preservation and the Hetch Hetchy Valley Controversy

@article{Moseley2009BeyondKE,
  title={Beyond Knee-Jerk Environmental Thinking: Teaching Geographic Perspectives on Conservation, Preservation and the Hetch Hetchy Valley Controversy},
  author={W. Moseley},
  journal={Journal of Geography in Higher Education},
  year={2009},
  volume={33},
  pages={433 - 451}
}
  • W. Moseley
  • Published 2009
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Geography in Higher Education
  • Attention to scale, use of space and connections between places and regions are general, yet distinctive, geographical concepts that may be employed in introductory level human-environment geography courses to distinguish them from other environmental studies offerings. This article demonstrates how attention to the aforementioned concepts provides fresh insight into the notions of exploitation, conservation and preservation for many environmental studies students. Furthermore, it is suggested… CONTINUE READING
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