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Review: Living in Denial: Climate Change, Emotions, and Everyday LifeUser Review - Mills College Library - Goodreads
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Review: Living in Denial: Climate Change, Emotions, and Everyday LifeUser Review - Goodreads
Full disclosure - I am a psychology teacher. Even with that, at times this book was surprisingly erudite and technical. I am not sure it is a great book for the average reader as the psych lingo can ...
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action active American Anthony Giddens apathy Åse awareness behavior bunads Bygdaby Bygdabyingar carbon dioxide chapter climate change climate science cognitive community members concern connection context conversation create cultural described discussed dugnad economic Eirik Eliasoph emissions emotion management emotion norms emphasized environmental problems environmental sociology everyday example face fact farms feel focus global warming greenhouse gas guilt happening helplessness human humanitarian Hurricane Katrina images impacts important individual interviews issue of climate Kari Kyoto Protocol lack linked lives moral mountains national identity nature normal norms of attention Norway Norway’s Norwegian one’s ontological security participation people’s percent political privilege produced psychological reality relationships response role rural sense significant skepticism snow cannons socially organized denial society sociological imagination sociology Stanley Cohen støl story strategy talk about climate things tion topic tradition Ulrich Beck United unusual weather winter Zerubavel