Chapter 2 Worldview, Culture and Economics Study Guide
Types of Worldviews
● Preservationist ● Conservationist ● Deep Ecologist ● Ecofeminist ● Environmental Justice ● Neoclassical Economist ● Ecological economist ● Environmental economist ● Anthropocentric ● Biocentric ● Ecocentric
Match the following people to the type of worldview above. You can give them more than one worldview.
1. Aldo Leopold: Ecocentric, Deep Ecologist
2. John Ruskin: Ecocentric, Conservationist
3. Adam Smith: Anthropocentric, Environmental economist
4. John Muir: Preservationist, Ecocentric
5. Ralph Waldo Emerson: Ecocentric, Preservationist
6. Henry David Thoreau: Ecocentric, Preservationist
7. Walt Whitman: Ecocentric, Preservationist
8. Gifford Pinchot: Anthropocentric, Conservation
9. Theodore Roosevelt: Preservationist
1. Explain how a Market Economy sets a monetary value for goods and services. It is based on production, amounts and distribution of goods, so it is set according to the need for a given product.