Sociological Theory and the Environment (eBook): Classical Foundations, Contemporary Insights
by Riley E. Dunlap, Frederick H. Buttel, Peter Dickens, August Gijswijt, Ted Benton, Frederick Buttel, , Madison, William R. Catton Jr., UK, Riley Dunlap, Peter Grimes, John Hannigan, Rosemary McKechnie, Raymond Murphy, Elim Papadakis, Timmons Roberts, Ornulf Seippel, Elizabeth Shove, Alan Warde, Peter Wehling, Ian Welsh, Steve Yearley
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Sociological Theory and the Environment is a comprehensive survey and assessment of sociological theories of the relations between societies and their "natural" biophysical environment. This book touches on and addresses virtually all of the major perspectives, focal points, and debates in environmental sociology today—classical and twentieth century social theories, macro-micro linkage issues, globalization and development, reflexive modernization, ecological modernization vs. "limits" viewpoints, modernity and post modernity, risk society, constructionalism-realism, environmental movements/identities, consumption and environment, cultural sociologies of the environment, and so on. At the same time, the book aims to go beyond an inventory of environmental sociological theory. Sociological Theory and the Environment stresses how new ground can be broken in the articulation of environmental sociology with major classical and contemporary sociological theories.
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers