Environmental Sociology : From Analysis to Action Paperback / softback
Edited by Leslie King, Deborah McCarthy Auriffeille
Environmental Sociology: From Analysis to Action illustrates how sociological perspectives can help us better understand the causes and consequences of environmental problems and provides examples of efforts to ameliorate these problems.
The fourth edition of this environmental sociology reader includes 22 edited excerpts (10 of them new to this edition) that address, among other things, environmental inequalities, knowledge creation, media, and perspectives on disaster.
The selected pieces use a variety of sociological perspectives, including environmental justice, power structure research, ecological modernization, ecological footprint, and more, to examine a wide range of environment-related topics.
New Readings Include:Chapter 7. The Du Bois Nexus: Intersectionality, Political Economy, and Environmental Injustice in the Peruvian Guano Trade in the 1800s. Brett Clark, Daniel Auerbach and Karen Xuan ZhangChapter 8.
Ruin's Progeny: Race, Environment, and Appalachia's Coal Camp Blacks. Karia L. Brown, Michael W. Murphy and Appollonya M. PorcelliChapter 9. Environmental Apartheid: Eco-health and Rural Marginalization in South Africa Valerie Stull, Michael M.
Bell and Mpumelelo NcwadiChapter 12. Legitimating the Environmental Injustices of War: Toxic Exposures and Media Silence in Iraq and Afghanistan. Eric BondsChapter 15. Left to Chance: Hurricane Katrina and the Story of Two New Orleans NeighborhoodsStever Kroll-Smith, Vern Baxter and Pam JenkinsChapter 17.
Environmental Threats and Political Opportunities: Citizen Activism in the North Bohemian Coal Basin Thomas E.
Shriver, Alison E. Adams, and Stefano B. LongoChapter 19. Ontologies of Sustainability in Ecovillage Culture: Integrating Ecology, Economics, Community, and Consciousness Karen LiftinChapter 20.
Plans for pavement or for people? The Politics of Bike Lanes on the 'Paseo Boricua' in Chicago, Illinois Amy Lubitow, Bryan Zinschlag, and Nathan RochesterChapter 21.
Campus Alternative Food Projects and Food Service Realities: Alternative Strategies Peggy F.
Barlett Chapter 22. From the New Ecological Paradigm to Total Liberation: The Emergence of a Social Movement FrameDavid N.
Pellow and Hollie Nyseth Brehm
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 368 pages, 6 Illustrations, black and white
- Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
- Publication Date: 18/02/2019
- Category: Sociology
- ISBN: 9781538116784
- Hardback from £63.85