The ecological perspective on human affairs, with special reference to international politics, by Harold and Margaret Sprout.

; Sprout, Margaret, 1903-2004 ; Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Center of International Studies
Princeton, N.J., Published for the Princeton Center of International Studies by the Princeton Univ. Press [1965] .

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Other Authors Sprout, Margaret, 1903-2004.
Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs. Center of International Studies.
Subjects Ecology.
Human ecology.
International Cooperation.
International relations.
Politics.
Relations internationales.
Description xi, 236 pages illustrations
Copyright Date [1965]
©1965
Notes Based on the authors' Man-milieu relationship hypotheses in the context of international politics.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. The ecological perspective -- 2. Focal terms and concepts -- 3. Environmental determinism -- 4. Free-will environmentalism -- 5. Possibilism -- 6. Probabilistic models of behavior -- 7. The cognitive aspect of man-milieu relationships -- 8. Man-Milieu relationships reconsidered in the light of more general theories of explanation -- 9. Man-Milieu relationships reconsidered in the context of prediction -- 10. The issues reviewed.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)326015
(OCoLC)ocm00326015
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WorldCat Identities Sprout, Harold, 1901-1980.
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