Cultures of environmentalism: empirical studies in environmental sociology

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Introduction: Studying Environmental Issues Sociologically. Part 1: CULTURES OF MOVEMENT: THE SOCIOLOGY OF ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENTS AND PROBLEMS. Social Movement Theory and the Character of Environmental Social Movements Shell, a Sure Target for Global Environmental Campaigning? [with John Forrester] How Environmental Problems Come to be 'Global': Sociological Perspectives on the Globalisation of the Environment . Part 2: STUDIES OF THE ENVIRONMENT, LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY. Bog Standards: Contesting Conservation Value at a Public Inquiry Independence and Impartiality in Legal Defences of the Environment Modelling the Environment: Participation, Trust and Legitimacy in Urban AirQuality Models . Part 3: CULTURES OF KNOWING AND PROVING: SCIENCE, EVIDENCE AND THE ENVIRONMENT. Green Ambivalence about Science Mad about the Buoy: Trust and Method in the Brent Spar Controversy Genetically Modified Organisms and the Unbearable Irresolution of Testing The Value of Environmental Sociology: Towards a Sociology of the Sustainable Society Bibliographic References
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBasingstoke
PublisherPalgrave Macmillan
Number of pages216
ISBN (Print)9780230237117, 0230237118
Publication statusPublished - 2009


  • Environmentalism


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