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Interdisciplinary developments in hazardous environment research: A silent tribute to general systems theory?
International Journal of Circumpolar Health
Purpose: This paper draws attention to a welcome trend in certain areas of applied and experimental research that appears to endorse a General Systems Theory for the acquisition of knowledge. Method: By way of illustration it makes an appraisal of key studies of human/environmental interaction that were either derived from actual operational groups in naturalistic settings or contrived in the laboratory or the field to simulate extreme conditions. Results: It urges more anthropologists,doi:10.3402/ijch.v61i3.17455 pmid:12369111 fatcat:xqa7aunjcjcvjlvaqx4hroh7bq