TITLE

THOMAS F. HOMER-DIXON: ÇEVRESEL ÇATIŞMA OLASILIKLARI

AUTHOR(S)
Çolakoǧl, Elif
PUB. DATE
March 2007
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2007, Vol. 11 Issue 31, p307
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
When it is considered that the scarcity of important sources like oil, water and soil has become the vital safety issues of the countries today, the negative impacts of the possible conflicts will be more significant. Homer-Dixon has performed research on environmental conflicts and examined the renewable resource scarcity problem put forward by environmental changes. According to them, the scarcity of these sources shall trigger drastic conflicts in the coming years. Moreover, the ones mostly influences by this chaotic medium caused by the environmental scarcity will be the developing countries. Homer-Dixon emphasizes that what needs to be done against this situation is social and technical creativity. In this study, this resource- based conflict model of Homer-Dixon shall be analyzed.
ACCESSION #
27023765

 

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