Environnement

  • Sabrina Doyon Université Laval
Mots-clés: environnement, nature, conservation, écologie, ressources naturelles

Résumé

Le mot environnement est polysémique et par lui l’anthropologie interroge les différents types de rapports qu’entretiennent les êtres humains avec ce qui les entoure, ce qui les supporte et les constitue. Ces préoccupations aux fondements de la discipline se renouvellent aujourd’hui grâce à des questionnements d'ordre substantif, méthodologique et épistémologique relatifs aux rapports avec ce qui nous entoure.

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2016-09-01
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