Where is nature?

This response submitted by Hays Cummins (haysc@miamioh.edu) at 10:58 am on 3/9/01. Additions were last made on Wednesday, May 7, 2014. Section: Cummins.

hello,

This should be an interesting project!

Some initial specific comments:

  • I like your Biophilia graph. I like your research area as well.
  • Your citations, in the body of your proposal, skew towards Kellert. Can you integrate the other sources into your work? And, I'd like to see a few more citations. Also, I don't see where you champion E.O Wilson in the body of your work. How come? his work is terrific.
  • Your survey needs to be reorganized. Kellert's typologies are complex. How will you integrate them into your survey? Perhaps his typologies can be directly integrated into the survey using a ranking scale of 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 . I dunno--I am concerned that your survey is getting too complex.

    Your study has lots of potential.

    So,....I catch you later,
    Hays


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