Volatile Places : A Sociology of Communities and Environmental Controversies Paperback
Volatile Places was written to provide both students and faculty with a case study approach to the investigation of community and environmental controversies.
Key Features:Case Studies in every chapter: creates a dramatic and telling story around certain features of the controversy.
The case studies are written to capture studentsAE attention.
Making Connections with previous chapters: students and instructors are encouraged to read and discuss how the current discussion links to previous discussions creating a strong sense for the integrated approach to the study of community and environmental controversies.
Adding to the Portfolio: a portfolio was created for each chapter that both summarizes material and provides questions that lead students into thoughtful encounters with key concepts.
Concept and Theory Boxes: Ideas and theories introduced, but not elaborated on, in the text are given a more thorough and concise treatment in the boxes.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 256 pages
- Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
- Publication Date: 28/03/2007
- Category: Social groups
- ISBN: 9780761987505
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