Radical Environmentalism: Nature, Identity and More-than-human Agency provides a unique account of environmentalism - one that highlights the voices of activists and the nature they defend. It will be of interest to both students and academics in green criminology, environmental sociology and nature-human studies more broadly.
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Number of pages: 191
Weight: 2485 g
Dimensions: 216 x 140 x 10 mm
Edition: 1st ed. 2015
"Radical Environmentalism: Nature, Identity and More-Than-Human Agency, John Cianchi explores the processes by which radical environmentalists come to understand, connect, communicate and fight for nature. ... The author also uses socio-scientific writing to root the work in disciplines from green criminology to environmental sociology and dedicates much text to explaining his methodological approaches. ... Non-academics, students and researchers more familiar with quantitative approaches will all find this book approachable and helpful for understanding new methodologies and inquiries." (Michelle L. Lute, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice, clcjbooks.rutgers.edu, January, 2018)
"This is an important book that illuminates the character of radical environmental activism, opening a window into the experiences of those involved. ... the book will be of interest to readers due to its rich consideration of the radical environmentalist experience." (Thomas O'Brien, Social Movement Studies, February, 2016)