Toward a fusion of two lines of thought: creating convergence between Aldo Leopold and sociology through the community concept

@article{auken2020TowardAF,
  title={Toward a fusion of two lines of thought: creating convergence between Aldo Leopold and sociology through the community concept},
  author={Paul M. Van auken},
  journal={Socio-Ecological Practice Research},
  year={2020},
  volume={2},
  pages={39-61}
}
Aldo Leopold made great contributions to our understanding of the interconnections between people and their environments, and community is central to his best-known work. The social dimensions of the land-community concept were not his focus, however, and subsequent research on Leopold has not emphasized such issues. Community was foundational to sociology, and while the concept faded from prominence during the significant social change of the post-war era, some scholars in the field continue… Expand
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