Our Research

our research

AUSCCER brings together people with a range of expertise that allows us to make conceptual, methodological and practical contributions to the field of cultural environmental research. As such, our work follows two parallel strands:

1. Understanding the cultural environment

  • Conceptual research into relationships between culture and nature
  • Empirical research investigating how diverse cultures interact with various ‘natural’ and built environments
     

2. Cultural research for environmental sustainability 

  • Critical and historical analysis of environmental behaviours
  • Understanding cultural diversity, as a resource for imagining alternative practices and possibilities
  • Identifying opportunities for change and areas of resistance in communities in relation to environmental issues

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Last reviewed: 4 April, 2017

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