People - Plant Relationships: Setting Research Priorities

Setting Research Priorities
Food Products Press,U.S.
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 3. Januar 1994
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 466 Seiten
978-1-56022-050-3 (ISBN)
Presenting the latest research on cross-cultural people-plant relationships, this volume conveys the psychological, physiological, and social responses to plants and the significant role these responses play in improved physical and mental health. With chapters written by field experts, it identifies research priorities and methodologies and outlines the steps for developing a research agenda to aid horticulturalists in their work with social scientists to gain a better understanding of people-plant relationships. This resource covers a wide array of topics including home horticulture and Lyme disease, indoor plants and pollution reduction, and plants and therapy.
  • Englisch
  • Abingdon
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  • Großbritannien
Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Für höhere Schule und Studium
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  • Horticulturalists, social scientists, architects, horticultural therapists, gerontologists, and those in horticultural product and service marketing.
  • Höhe: 223 mm
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  • Breite: 157 mm
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  • Dicke: 36 mm
  • 866 gr
978-1-56022-050-3 (9781560220503)
1560220503 (1560220503)
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Part I
From the Editor
Foreword, D. Relf
Introduction, J. Flagler
Plants and Human Culture
Plants and Human Culture, C.A. Shoemaker
American Women and Their Gardens: A Study in Health, Happiness,
and Power, 1600-1900, J. Schwartz
Are We Afraid of Plants? Exploring Patriarchal Society's Devaluing of
Plants, Women, and Nature, R.R. Shearer
Consuming a Therapeutic Landscape: A Multicontextual Framework for Assessing the Health Signifance of Human-Plant Interactions, N.L.Etkin
Adoption and Abandonment of Southeast Asian Food Plants, L.L.Wester, D. Chuensanguansat
Gathered Food and Culture Change: Traditions in Transition in Northeastern Thailand, G. Moreno-Black
People, Plants, and Proto-Paysage: A Study of Ornamental Plants in Residential Front Yards in Honolulu, Hawaii, T. Ikagawa
The Gardens of Hikone, Japan: Studying People-Plant Relationships in Another Culture, L.M.W. Mock
From Open-Mindedness to Naturalism: Garden Design and Ideology in Germany During the Early 20th Century, J. Wolschke-Bulmahn and G. Gröning
Plants and the Community
Cultivating People-Plant Relationships in Community and Cultural Heritage Gardens, San Jose, California (1977-1992), J. Dotter
Gardening's Impact on People's Behavior, I.C. Patel
Gardening Changes a Community, T. Keller
Down to Earth Benefits of People-Plant Interactions in Our Community, J.W. Zampini
Human and Plant Ecology: Living Well with Less, R.E. Ulrich
Evaluating Horticultural Therapy: The Ecological Context of Urban Jail Inmates, J.S. Rice, L.L.Remy
Plants and the Individual
Plants and the Individual: A Recent History, V.I.Lohr
People-Plant Principles from the Past, J.S. Kavanagh
The Evolutionary Importance of People-Plant Relationships, C.A. Lewis
Indoor Plants and Pollution Reduction, M. Burchett, R. Wood
Growing Fear: Home Horticulture and the Threat of Lyme Disease, W.K. Hallman, D.C. Smith-Fiola
Studying the Corporate Garden, M.H. Zadik
Part II
From the Editor
Foreword, D. Relf
Horticultural Therapy
Corrections and the Green Industry, J. Flagler
Use of Sensory Stimulation with Alzheimer Patients in a Garden Setting, RTI, Hawthorne, New York, M.J. Kaplan
Measuring the Quality of Treatment in Horticultural Therapy Groups, M.C. Straus
Surveying the Therapeutic Landscape: A Quest for Cases of Outdoor Therapy Settings, J.S. Kavanagh and T.A. Musiak
Combining Phototherapy with Horticulture Therapy, D. Greenlee
Research and Implementation
Historical Perspectives on the People-Plant Council, D. Relf and P. Madsen
Experimental Approaches to the Study of People-Plant Relationships, R. Parsons, R.S. Ulrich, L.G. Tassinary
Nurturing People-Plant Relationships in Order to Foster Environmental and Community Stewardship: The Rutgers Environmental and Community Stewardship (R.E.A.C.S.) Program, W.T. Hlubik and H. Betros
A Socio-Economic Impact of New Crops Production on Diverse Groups of People: A Case Study in Northwest Missouri, A. Ching and D. Jewell
Encouraging Nurturing Behavior of Two to Seven Year Olds by Introducing Plants and Flowers, K. Green
Risk Communication Methods for Newspaper Gardening Columns, C.S. Liptak
Creation of A LIVING LIBRARYT: A Planetary Network of Interactive LIFE FRAMEST, B. Sherk

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