The internal university ecology can be divided into mental ecology, system ecology and subject environment, while the external structure includes the law, political, cultural, moral and international cultural environment.
The development of Chinese modern theatre is restricted by its political and cultural environment, so, face-painting's evolution has its complicated process: deconstruction-reconstruction-re-deconstruction-re-reconstruction.
Analysis on the Ecology of Culture of Chinese Modern Literature's ideas
Basing on analyzing the concepts of the culture of ecology and the ecology of culture and their relationships by system ideas and ecology, the paper discusses the significance of developing the culture of ecology and protecting the balance of the ecology of culture, then gives some ideas about constructing the culture of ecology and the ecology of culture.
The cultural ecology of development: Ten precepts for survival
This paper uses a cultural ecology of development approach to critique existing models of development.
An argument is made that many of the attempts to construct an alternative development paradigm can be grouped within the cultural ecology of development approach.
The paper notes the current resurgence of ethnoscience research and states the case for including gendered knowledge and skills, supported by a brief review of relevant cultural ecology and ecofeminist field studies.
The theses of cultural ecology became the basis for research on biological and cultural changes of human groups.
Treatment must also be directed towards producing attitudes and values which are more appropriate to the socio-cultural environment in which the patient will have to live while, at the same time, allowing a satisfactory degree of self-expression.
Two frequently observed clinical syndromes, "hypochondriacal depression of emigration" (in southerners) and "delusions of reference in an unfamiliar cultural environment" (in east Europeans), are discussed in more detail.
It is suggested that social network composition is influenced by both the innate affiliative tendencies of people and by their external social and cultural environment.
In order to interpret the behaviour of cognitive systems, the integration into their specific cultural environment must be considered.
An infant's fundamental housedness in the flesh is taken up and cultivated or destroyed by the child's social and cultural environment.