cultural ecology


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cultural ecology

[¦kəl·chər·əl ē′käl·ə·jē]
(ecology)
The branch of ecology that involves the study of the interaction of human societies with one another and with the natural environment.
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Our graduates play a vital role in the cultural economy of the North East and this programme demonstrates the university's commitment to furthering their contribution to our region's cultural ecology," she said.
The use of computer affects the classroom cultural ecology and motivates students and ultimately this motivation results in good performance and better learning standards (Lowther, Ross and Morrison, 2003).
It will build a playful set of conversations between complex artistic practices, diverse demographics, and the growing cultural ecology of the UAE," he added.
At the same time, the embedding of cultural diversity and respect for traditional knowledge needs to be enhanced to create the cultural ecology on which to build.
To explore these questions, I open this issue with an interview with Benoit Palop-a Montreal-based curator and regular contributor to The Creators Project platform-with whom I discuss the current proliferation of web art practices, the conditions under which they emerge, the various actors in the scene, and the roles they play in a developing cultural ecology.
Embracing egalitarianism, as conceived by activist Ella Baker, meant to act collaboratively to dismantle the adaptive rhetorics of school hierarchy, promote shared authority between learners and teachers, and support a cultural ecology of diversity and equality (Ransby, 2003).
Proposed cuts would tear into the delicate cultural ecology of our city.
These are certain to be even more severe, as however small the sums look in the context of the total spend of any one council, they can do a disproportionate amount of damage to small arts organisations and the cultural ecology of a community.
The cultural ecology of experiencing the Catholic liturgy, ceremony and traditions within these confines, brings the heritage site to life, truly creating a tourist experience that many people come to experience.
These are the stuff Pope Francis refers to in his section on cultural ecology in his Encyclical Laudato Si:
Thirdly, speaking about cultural ecology, he states that ecology also involves protecting the cultural treasures of humanity in the broadest sense.
Contract awarded for Enjoy cultural ecology road southeast Management Corporation

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