This new edition of John Hannigan's well-known and respected text has been thoroughly revised to reflect recent conceptual and empirical advances in environmental sociology. The book offers a distinctive and even-handed treatment of environmental issues and debates, integrating European theoretical contributions such as risk society and ecological modernization with North American empirical insights and findings. Key updates include:
Making a strong case for centrally incorporating power relations into a realist/constructionist model of environmental knowledge, politics and policy-making, this book includes a comparative analysis of the USA, Britain and Canada, and will prove a valuable student resource.
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Review: Environmental SociologyUser Review - Walter Souza - Goodreads
It is a book of extremely high relevance on the environmental field. However it has a very hard language typical of social sciences books. That's what keeps me away of the "5 stars" in this rating ... Read full review
Review: Environmental SociologyUser Review - Goodreads
An interesting view on how environmental issues are framed. Worth reading if you have interests in the environment, media, or the construction of knowledge.