A Guide to Understanding Social Science Research for Natural Scientists
[ Moon, K. and D. Blackman. 2014. A guide to understanding social science research for natural scientists. Conservation Biology. ] Moon and Blackman provide a guide for natural scientists to understand many of the philosophical underpinnings of social science research. They argue that, as many natural scientists are realizing that conservation problems are tightly interlinked with social problems, productive dialogue between natural and social science requires researchers to be able to understand and accurately interpret each other’s work.