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Abstract


AN ANALYSIS OF SOME CONCEPTS RELATED TO ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND DEVELOPMENT BY N-GRAM

In this study, the historical course of some concepts related to development and environmental issues was investigated using n-gram analysis, which functions as a kind of literature review and started to have beneficial results in scientific studies, especially in the phase of hypothesis creation. In the study, the concepts of environment (environment, environmental factors, environmental issues, environmental policies, environmental conditions, environmental impact, environmental problems, environmental protection, environmental quality)- especially development and environment associated "mining", "economic development" and "sustainable development" - selected as keywords and were analyzed using N-grams. According to the results of the n-gram analysis, although the concept of mining was used in the literature before the 1800s, its use increased rapidly with the Industrial Revolution and peaked in the 1900s. The concept of economic development entered the literature in the 1900s, and its use in parallel with the growth rates of the Capitalist system and Industrialized countries peaked in the 1970s. The 1970s were the years when economic growth was at its highest. Again, according to the results of the n-gram analysis, it was concluded that the concepts related to the environment have increased noticeably since the 1900s, and the concept of sustainable development has been included in the literature since the 1980s and has gradually reached high usage. This has developed in parallel with the ecological balance sensitivity to environmental pollution resulting from rapid industrialization.



Keywords
Sustainable/economic development, mining, environmental issues, environmental problems, environmental impact, N-gram analysis



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