Perilaku Pembelian Konsumen: Sebuah Tinjauan Literatur Theory of Planned Behavior

  • Meitiana M
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Forest landscapes are fundamental components of the living environment and consist of complex assemblages of forest and non-forest elements whose arrangement reflects, in part, the magnitude, intensity, and type of management. Because forests change across regions and scales, a variety of approaches have been proposed to support research and applicable goals. The most promising way to analyze forest landscapes is through the application of the landscape ecological approach, which is the study of ecological patterns and processes in heterogeneous, mostly human-modified, landscapes. In this paper, we analyze the role of landscape ecology in the context of forest landscapes. We discuss the main factors related to forest management which may affect landscape composition and configuration by referencing examples from the Mediterranean landscapes of Europe. Finally, we discuss the key issues for incorporating landscape ecological principles into forest planning and management and provide directions for future research in the emerging context of ecosystem services




Meitiana, M. (2017). Perilaku Pembelian Konsumen: Sebuah Tinjauan Literatur Theory of Planned Behavior. Jurnal Ekonomi Modernisasi, 13(1), 16.

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