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Volume 14, Number 2, 1 June 2001
Nature, Society and History
Long Term Dynamics of Social Metabolism

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Linking Society to Nature, Past to Future
pp. 101-102(2)
Authors: Fischer-Kowalski, Marina; Rosa, Eugene; Sieferle, Rolf Peter

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Nature, Society, History and Social Change
pp. 103-116(14)
Author: Boyden, Stephen

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Global Environmental Change and Historical Transitions
pp. 117-142(26)
Authors: Weisz, Helga; Fischer-Kowalski, Marina; Grünbühel, Clemens M.; Haberl, Helmut; Krausmann, Fridolin; Winiwarter, Verena

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A Longer View: Is Industrial Metabolism Really the Problem?
pp. 143-155(13)
Author: Hoffmann, Richard C.

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South–North Materials Flow: History and Environmental Repercussions
pp. 171-187(17)
Authors: Muradian, Roldan; Martinez-Alier, Joan

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Book Review
pp. 189-191(3)

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András Hegedüs—The Critical Sociologist
pp. 193-194(2)
Author: Lengyel, György

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pp. 195-197(3)

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