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Environments, natures and social theory : towards a critical hybridity / Damian F. White, Alan P. Rudy, Brian J. Gareau.

By: White, Damian F.
Contributor(s): Rudy, Alan P | Gareau, Brian J, 1973-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: ENVIR GE 2016 668523Series: Macmillan education.Themes in social theory: ; Traditions in social theory: Publication: London ; New York : Palgrave, 2016Description: xxiii, 251 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780230241046; 0230241042.Subject(s): Environmental sociology | Social ecology | Sociology | Social sciences -- Philosophy
Contents:
Introduction: the socio-ecological imagination -- Unnatural social theory? The problem of nature in classic social theory -- Hybrid histories: historical socio-ecologies in the age of "the anthropocene" -- Limits/no limits? Neo-Malthusians, Prometheans and beyond -- Social environmentalism and political ecology: the missing third, fourth, and fifth dimensions of the environmental debate -- Structures and institutions: the treadmill of production, the metabolic rift and the sociology of ecological modernization -- Hybridities and agencies: Latour, Haraway, Beck and the vital materialists -- Culture, spaces power: from environmental justice to urban political ecologies -- Global environmental governance and neoliberalization -- Anthropocene politics I: market natures -- Anthropocene politics II: democratic natures, public ecologies -- Conclusion: Hybrid arguments, hybrid flourishing, hybrid futures.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 216-245) and index.

Introduction: the socio-ecological imagination -- Unnatural social theory? The problem of nature in classic social theory -- Hybrid histories: historical socio-ecologies in the age of "the anthropocene" -- Limits/no limits? Neo-Malthusians, Prometheans and beyond -- Social environmentalism and political ecology: the missing third, fourth, and fifth dimensions of the environmental debate -- Structures and institutions: the treadmill of production, the metabolic rift and the sociology of ecological modernization -- Hybridities and agencies: Latour, Haraway, Beck and the vital materialists -- Culture, spaces power: from environmental justice to urban political ecologies -- Global environmental governance and neoliberalization -- Anthropocene politics I: market natures -- Anthropocene politics II: democratic natures, public ecologies -- Conclusion: Hybrid arguments, hybrid flourishing, hybrid futures.

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