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Yearley, Steven

Cultures of Environmentalism

Yearley, Steven - Cultures of Environmentalism, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction: Studying Environmental Issues Sociologically
Steven Yearley

Part I. Cultures of Movement: The Sociology of Environmental Movements and Problems

2. Social Movement Theory and the Character of Environmental Social Movements
Steven Yearley

3. Shell, a Sure Target for Global Environmental Campaigning?
John Forrester

4. How Environmental Problems Come to be ‘Global’: Sociological Perspectives on the Globalisation of the Environment
Steven Yearley

Part II. Studies of Environment, Law and Public Policy

5. Bog Standards: Contesting Conservation Value at a Public Inquiry
Steven Yearley

6. Independence and Impartiality in Legal Defences of the Environment
Steven Yearley

7. Modelling the Environment: Participation, Trust and Legitimacy in Urban Air-Quality Models
Steven Yearley

Part III. Cultures of Knowing and Proving: Science, Evidence and the Environment

8. Green Ambivalence about Science
Steven Yearley

9. Mad about the Buoy: Trust and Method in the Brent Spar Controversy
Steven Yearley

10. Genetically Modified Organisms and the Unbearable Irresolution of Testing
Steven Yearley

11. The Value of Environmental Sociology: Towards a Sociology of the Sustainable Society
Steven Yearley

Keywords: Geography, Environmental Geography, Political Science, Environmental Philosophy, Environmental Politics, Environmental Sociology, Environment, general

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
212 pages
Category
Natural Sciences
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230514867
Printed ISBN
978-0-230-23711-7

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