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2019年第3期   DOI:10.22217/upi.2019.145
生态实践学:一个以社会—生态实践为研究对象的新学术领域
Ecopracticology: The Study of Socio-Ecological Practice

象伟宁

Xiang Weining

关键词:生态实践学;生态实践学者;社会—生态实践;社会—生态实践研究;理论与实践的鸿沟

Keywords:Ecopracticology; Ecopracticologist; Socio-Ecological Practice; Socio-Ecological Practice Research; The Theory-Practice Gap

摘要:

本文首次提出将生态实践学(ecopracticology)作为一个自成体系的新学术领域。为此,笔者详细界定了生态实践学的研究对象、知识体系和认知方式,并论证了其理论独立性。生态实践学聚焦于社会—生态实践的认识与实践,并致力于其知识体系的系统化、理论化。同时,生态实践学既是独立领域又作为“黏合剂”而存在,其学术价值也体现在与其他学术领域的相互依存性上。在科学和人文的多重分支学科领域中,生态实践学凭借广泛的知识视角,深入探索社会—生态实践的本质,不仅服务于相关学科的实践,而且有助于深化其理论研究和教育教学。尤其是,生态实践学将致力于填补社会—生态实践中的理论与实践的鸿沟。最后,本文介绍了生态实践学的支撑期刊《社会—生态实践研究》(SEPR: Socio-Ecological Practice Research),并对生态实践学的开拓者表达了敬意,对后继者表示了劝勉。


Abstract:

In this paper, the author defines ecopracticology as a legitimate field of scholarly inquiry, discusses its object of study, body of knowledge, way of knowing, and theoretical independence. Ecopracticology focuses on the understanding of social-ecological practice, and is committed to the systematization and theorization of its knowledge system. At the same time, ecopracticology is an independent field that interacts with other academic fields. In the multiple branches of sciences and humanities, ecopracticology delves into socio-ecological practice for insights that not only serves the practice but also enriches research and education in these other fields. In particular, ecopracticology is well positioned to support the persistent endeavors to close the theory-practice gap in socioecological practice. Finally, this communication introduces Socio-Ecological Practice Research (SEPR) as the home journal of ecopracticology, and pays tribute to the pioneers of socio-ecological practice, and exhorts the successors.


版权信息:本文的英文原文发表于《社会—生态实践研究》( Socio-Ecological Practice Research, 2019, 1(1): 1-8),作者授权本刊发表中译文。
基金项目:国家重点研发计划课题“绿色基础设施生态系统服务功能提升与生态安全格局构建”(2017YFC0505705)资助
作者简介:

象伟宁,同济大学建筑与城市规划学院生态智慧与生态实践研究中心,美国北卡罗来纳大学夏洛特分校,教授

译者简介:

王涛,南京林业大学风景园林学院,风景园林硕士研究生

黄磊,南京林业大学风景园林学院,风景园林硕士研究生

汪辉,南京林业大学风景园林学院,教授


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