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A short course of lectures
«Understanding Society and Natural Resources»

Constraints and Opportunities for Social Learning for IntegrationPolicy Networks Around Climate ChangeDeveloping and Testing the FrameworkDesigning Social Learning Systems for Integrating Social Sciences into Policy Processes: Some Experiences of Water ManagingA Conceptual Framework for Analyzing Social-Ecological Models of Emerging Infectious DiseasesWhy Malthus May Still Turn Out to Be RightMillennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere (MAHB): Integrating Social Science and the Humanities into Solving Sustainability ChallengesFractals and ChaosAnalyzing Power Within The SES FrameworkHierarchy TheoryEvolutionary CriteriaDistinctive Characteristics of Science During Environmental CrisesDifferent Perspectives and Research ApproachesScience During Crisis: Two ExamplesInequity and SustainabilityDealing with Scientific Silos and UncertaintiesHuman Thought as Dynamic and AdaptiveClimate-Based Neo-MalthusianismPostscriptEcological and Social ModelsIntegrated Modeling with StakeholdersReestablishing the Balance Between Synthesis and AnalysisEnergy-Based Neo-MalthusianismThe Representation of Human-Environment Interactions in Land Change Models: Deepwater Horizon Oil SpillA Need for Greater Inclusion of the Individual in Ecosystem ModelsA Multiscale Approach to ScienceI The Status of IntegrationUsing Social Science Case-Studies to Help Parameterize Land Change ModelsA Pragmatic Modeling PhilosophyEnvironmental Governance for SustainabilityCultural vs. Genetic EvolutionThe Representation of Human-Environment Interactions in Land Change Research and ModellingEnvironmental Neo-MalthusianismFraming Choices in Environmental Policy SituationsElinor Ostrom's Definition of PowerSimulation as an Approach to Social-Ecological Integration, with an Emphasis on Agent-Based ModelingWhy Malthus Was WrongThe Future in the PastSteven Lukes's Three Faces of PowerLimits to GrowthDiscussionA Vision of the Future of Science: Reintegrating of the Study of Humans and the Rest of NatureThe Individual in a Multi-level ContextUtilities of SimulationsResolution and PredictabilityStructure, Function and Power in Social NetworksOperationalizing Research on the Role of Power in Social-Ecological SystemsOverview of BookCritique of Simple Neo-MalthusianismWet Season Versus Dry Season Livestock DispersalThe Individual-Group HierarchyThe Value of Cascading Consequences and Assessing ImpactsCreating a Shared Vision of a Desirable and Sustainable FutureII Topics in IntegrationLand Change Models as a Platform for Social Science Integration: Hurricane SandyImpetus for Change Emanating from Ecological SciencesCultural and Biological Co-evolutionInstitutional and Structural FactorsHierarchies Within the IndividualConcluding ReflectionsThe Challenge of Collaboration and Interdisciplinary TeamsCulture as Context in Social Network AnalysisScience IntegrationThe Importance of Coupled Human-Natural SystemsExamples of Social Science During Environmental Crisis EventsThe Role of Social ScienceThe Demands of Communicating Science During CrisisInter-disciplinary Analysis of Climate Change and Society: A Network ApproachSimple Neo-Malthusian TheoriesClimate-Based Eco-scarcityA Modest Research AgendaIntegrated Assessments with SAVANNA and DECUMAClassical MalthusianismScience During Crisis: The Application of Interdisciplinary and Strategic Science During Major Environmental CrisesExamplesPurposeIntegration and SystemsWho's Afraid of Thomas Malthus?Social Learning for Ecosystem Services in Lake Baiyangdian, ChinaAggregationRepresentation of Human-Environment Interactions in Land Change ModelsMillennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere (MAHB)Case Studies of Designing Social Learning SystemsThe Need for Sense of PlacePopulation and SustainabilityMAHB's Mission and StructureThe Importance of Uncertainties and LimitationsStudying Power with the Social-Ecological System FrameworkIncorporating Power Within The SES FrameworkConcluding Comments and Implications for Future Integrated Policy-MakingLessons Learned About Social Science IntegrationBalinese Water Temple NetworksMAHB's Research ApproachIntegrated ModelingDiscourse Networks Around Climate ChangeAgent-Based ModelingA Research Agenda for and from MAHBConsiderations in Representing Human Individuals in Social-Ecological ModelsOverview of the SES FrameworkIII Methodological Advances for Facilitating Social Science IntegrationSocio-cultural Change for SustainabilitySolving These ChallengesScience IntegrationDesigning Social Learning Systems for Social Science IntegrationInstitutional PowerDouglass North and the Institutional MatrixComplex Neo-Malthusian TheoriesAnthropogenic and Ecological Determinants of HPAI in Southeast AsiaIntegrating Social Science Theories Relevant to Development TransitionsConceptual models of human-environment interactions in land scienceThe Logical Structure of MalthusianismIntegrating Environment Agency Catchment Science into PolicyAction Networks and Discourse NetworksEco-scarcity TheoryThe Role of Envisioning in Creating the FutureCreating Water Sensitive Cities in AustraliaCritique of Eco-scarcity TheoryCivilizational Neo-MalthusianismConsilience Among All the SciencesMutually Constructed Nature of Human Thought and the Social and Natural EnvironmentDual Adaptive Systems in Humans
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