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1989. Struktur und Funktion von Hecken in tierökologischer Sicht. Verhandlungen der Gesellschaft für Ökologie 17: 643–656. ch Abstract This little linguistic study presents a semantic analysis of the word ‘landscape’ as it occurs in a number of government texts of the last 40 years that are fundamental for nature and landscape protection in Switzerland. The use of the word ‘landscape’ in each text mirrors the political development of the concept, which in turn is a response to the outcome of implemented policies.

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