Vol. 6 No. 2 February, 2021
William Blake: A Special “Poetic Dweller” in British Painting World
Attributes of Employee Characteristic and Workplace Characteristic on Employees Commitment in Banking Industry
The Characteristics of Igbo Culture That Influence Career Choice Among Female 12th Grade Students In Enugu Urban School, Nigeria
Moderating Effect of Individualised Consideration on the Relationship between Intellectual Stimulation and the Performance of Banking Sector Employees
Association between Intrinsic Motivation and Dimensions of Organizational Citizenship Behaviour: Evidence from Administrative Staff of State Universities in Sri Lanka
Sustainability of the Minor Irrigation Systems of the Cascades in Dry Zone of Sri Lanka: Challenges and Potentials A Cultural Ecological Analysis
This article describes the cultural ecology of terraced tank clusters (Cascades) in the Dry Climatic Zone (DCZ) of Sri Lanka. As recognized by Julian Steward in 1950s, Cultural ecology is a theoretical approach that attempts to explain the similarities and differences in the culture in relation to the environment (Tucker 2013).