ENVIRONMENT IN THE HUMAN PERCEPTION: GEOGRAPHICAL ASPECTS

Diana Dushkova, Sebastian Lentz, Monika Micheel, Alexander Evseev, Boris Kochurov
2011 Geography, Environment, Sustainability  
The present work highlights the different aspects of human perception of environment, specific characteristics of the subjective estimation of its state and attitudes to environmental quality. The authors claim more scientific awareness for the understanding of the motivations determining human behavior during interaction with the environment and knowledge about the objective functional system "perception -action" as part of complex geoecological analyses. Furthermore the populations view on
more » ... ulations view on the further development of the landscape to improve its living conditions etc. is a crucial part of this concept. KEY WORDS: human perception of environment, state of the environment, "human-environment" interactions, complex geoecological analysis.
doi:10.24057/2071-9388-2011-4-4-48-56 fatcat:jdrvla4as5hhndg6g5obgmvssu