Wilderness was increasingly evaluated either as a resource to be exploited or a resource to be protected. Those who urged the protection of wilderness viewed it as a place for outdoor recreation and safe enough for the family; others saw it as a museum of natural curiosities, a tourist attraction; while the high minded revered it as nature's cathedral. [Yi-Fu Tuan 1971: 38]
Conceptual approach, Nature, Perception, Social construction, Urban perspective
Asian Studies | Human Geography | Urban Studies
Japanese Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University
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