Theoretical Perspectives in Environment-Behavior Research: Underlying Assumptions, Research Problems, and Methodologies

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Seymour Wapner, Jack Demick, Hiroufmi Minami, C. Takiji Yamamoto
Springer Science & Business Media, 2000 - 320 Seiten
Following upon the Handbook of Japan-United States Environment-Behavior Research, published by Plenum in 1997, leading experts review the interrelationships among theory, problem, and method in environment-behavior research. The chapters focus on the philosophical and theoretical assumptions underlying current research and practice in the area and link those assumptions to specific substantive questions and methodologies
 

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Introduction Seymour Wapner Jack DemickTakiji Yamamoto and Hirofumi Minami
xi
Assumptions Methodsand Research Problems of the Holistic Developmental SystemsOriented Perspective Seymour Wapner and Jack Demick
3
Insights from a Transactional View Carol M Werner and Irwin Altman
17
Role of Physical and Interpersonal Environment in Making a Critical Transition to a New Environment Masami Kobayashi and Ken Miura
35
Leanne G Rivlin
47
Robert B Bechtel
57
Identity Theories and the Discursive Approach Marino Bonaiuto and Mirilia Bonnes
63
Persons Contexts and Personal Projects Assumptive Themes of a Methodological Transactionalism Brian R Little
75
A Storytellers Beliefs Narrative and Existential Research Herb Childress
175
Seven Assumptions for an Investigative Environmental Psychology David Canter
187
CrossCultural EnvironmentBehavior Research from a Holistic Developmental System Jack DemickSeymour WapnerTakiji Yamamotoand Hirofumi ...
203
The Geography of Hospitals A Developing Approach to the Architectural Planning of Hospitals Yasushi Nagasawa
213
Sympathetic Methods in Environmental Design and Education Takashi Takahashi
225
Cultural Assumptions Underlying ConceptFormation and Theory Building in EnvironmentBehavior Research Urban Planning and LifeWorld Design...
233
Residential Crowding in the Context of Inner City Poverty Gary W Evans and Susan Saegert
243
Theory Development in Environmental Psychology A Prospective View Daniel Stokols
265

Women and the Environment Questioned and Unquestioned Assumptions Arza Churchman
85
Science Explanatory Theory and EnvironmentBehavior Studies Amos Rapoport
103
Linking Built Environments to Everyday Life Assumptions Logic and Specifications William Michelson
137
A Hypothetical Model of Environmental Perception Ambient Vision and Layout of Surfaces in the Environment Ryuzo Ohno
145
A Way of Seeing People and Place Phenomenology in EnvironmentBehavior Research David Seamon
153
George Rand
273
Epilogue Similarities and Differences across Theories of EnvironmentBehavior Relations Seymour WapnerJack DemickTakiji Yamamoto and Hirofu...
285
Name Index
303
Subject Index
311
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