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Environmental sociology; from analysis to action.

GE195

2004-025145

0-7425-3508-8

Environmental sociology; from analysis to action.

Title main entry. Ed. by Leslie King and Deborah McCarthy.

Rowman & Littlefield, [c]2005

487 p.

$49.95 (pa)

With this collection of articles and excerpts, King (sociology, environmental science and policy, Smith College) and McCarthy (sociology and anthropology, College of Charleston) seek to pique students' interests in environmental issues and the ways in which social scientists investigate them. All of the essays were published after 1990, and are organized by sociological perspective rather than environmental issue, in order to make the book accessible to students outside of environmental sociology. Each essay is preceded by a brief summary explaining its sociological and environmental relevance. A beginning chapter reviews the history of environmental

sociology.
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Title Annotation:GEOGRAPHY, HYDROLOGY, ENVIRONMENT
Publication:SciTech Book News
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Date:Jun 1, 2005
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