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The “Ecologization” of Psychology”: Carl Graumann as an Influential Figure in Environmental Psychology

Uzzell, D (2008) The “Ecologization” of Psychology”: Carl Graumann as an Influential Figure in Environmental Psychology In: 2008 IAPS Conference: "Urban diversities, biosphere and well-being", 2008-07-28 - 2008-08-01, Rome, Italy.

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Abstract

Carl Graumann was an influential figure in my early career. I always enjoyed his writings and found the genealogical intellectual links he made with the early German psychologists stimulating. His work and ideas always had a resonance for me and I found myself sitting comfortably in its philosophical and theoretical positioning. Several years ago Gabriel Moser and I had the idea of undertaking a research project looking at influential figures in environmental psychology. Our aim has been to explore how those psychologists and other researchers who were influential in the early years of people-environment relationships became interested in the subject and who had influenced them such that environmental psychology was the offspring of their efforts. Carl was an obvious person to invite. In my paper I will talk briefly about who had influenced Carl, and how he developed his ideas in phenomenology, identity and the social construction of environmental problems, and sought to promote the “ecologisation” of psychology

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Date : 28 July 2008
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Date Deposited : 28 Mar 2017 15:51
Last Modified : 28 Mar 2017 15:51
URI: http://epubs.surrey.ac.uk/id/eprint/780406

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