The Cambridge Handbook of Environmental Sociology

Katharine Legun (Editor), Julie Keller (Editor), Michael Bell (Editor), Michael Carolan

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Abstract

The Cambridge Handbook of Environmental Sociology is a go-to resource for cutting-edge research in the field. This two-volume work covers the rich theoretic foundations of the sub-discipline, as well as novel approaches and emerging areas of research that add vitality and momentum to the discipline. Over the course of sixty chapters, the authors featured in this work reach new levels of theoretical depth, incorporating a global scope and diversity of cases. This book explores the broad scope of crucial disciplinary ideas and areas of research, extending its investigation to the trajectories of thought that led to their unfolding. This unique work serves as an invaluable tool for all those working in the nexus of environment and society.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCambridge University Press
ISBN (Electronic)9781108554510
ISBN (Print)9781108429320, 9781108454056
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2020

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