A CULTURAL-ECOLOGICAL THEORY

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A CULTURAL-ECOLOGICAL THEORY

Sociocultural Materialism

Sociocultural Materialism

Sociocultural Materialism

Assumptions:

Assumptions:

Assumptions:

Human Needs

BIO-PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS

Need to Eat

Energy Conservation

Need for Sex

Need for Love

Need for Meaning

Bio-psychological Needs

Bio-psychological Needs

Bio-psychological Needs

Environment

Environment

Environment

Environmental Constraints

Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Mode of Production

Modes of Production through History

Modes of Production through History

Mode of Reproduction

Mode of Reproduction

Social Structure

Social Structure

Primary Groups

Primary Groups

SECONDARY ORGANIZATIONS

SECONDARY ORGANIZATIONS

Bureaucratization

Elites

Elites

Superstructure

Cultural Superstructure

Mental Superstructure

Mental Superstructure

Value oriented behavior

Affective behavior

Traditional behavior

Zweckrational guided behavior

Mental Superstructure

Infrastructural Determinism

Infrastructural Determinism

Infrastructural Determinism

Intensification

Bureaucratization

Rationalization

Rationalization

Feedback Loops:

Feedback Loops:

Feedback Loops:

Feedback Loops:

Feedback Loops:

The role of elites

The role of elites

The role of elites

The role of elites in the U.S.

The role of elites

The role of elites

Author: Frank Elwell

Email: felwell@rsu.edu

Home Page: http://www.felwell.net

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