Political ecology : a critical introduction / Paul Robbins.  (Text) (Text)

Robbins, Paul, 1967-
Call no.: JA75.8 .R63 2020Series: Critical introductions to geography: Publication: Hoboken, N.J. : Wiley, 2020Edition: 3rd edDescription: ix, 292 p. : illISBN: 9781119167440 (pbk.); 1119167442Subject(s): Political ecology -- TextbooksLOC classification: JA75.8 | .R63 2020
Contents:1. Political versus apolitical ecologies -- 2. A tree with deep roots -- 3. The critical tools -- 4. Political ecology emerges -- 5. Challenges in ecology -- 6. Challenges in social construction -- 7. Challenges in explanation -- 8. Degradation and marginalization -- 9. Conservation and control -- 10. Environmental conflict -- 11. Environmental subjects and identities -- 12. Political objects and actors -- 13. Political ecologies of the future?.
Summary: "The third edition of Political Ecology spans this sprawling field, using grounded examples and careful readings of current literature. While the study of political ecology is sometimes difficult to fathom, owing to its breadth and diversity, this resource simplifies the discussion by reducing the field down into a few core questions and arguments. These points clearly demonstrate how critical theory can make pragmatic contributions to the fields of conservation, development, and environmental management. The latest edition of this seminal work is also more closely focused, with references to recent work from around the world. Further, Political Ecology raises critical questions about "traditional" approaches to environmental questions and problems." -- Provided by publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Political versus apolitical ecologies -- 2. A tree with deep roots -- 3. The critical tools -- 4. Political ecology emerges -- 5. Challenges in ecology -- 6. Challenges in social construction -- 7. Challenges in explanation -- 8. Degradation and marginalization -- 9. Conservation and control -- 10. Environmental conflict -- 11. Environmental subjects and identities -- 12. Political objects and actors -- 13. Political ecologies of the future?.

"The third edition of Political Ecology spans this sprawling field, using grounded examples and careful readings of current literature. While the study of political ecology is sometimes difficult to fathom, owing to its breadth and diversity, this resource simplifies the discussion by reducing the field down into a few core questions and arguments. These points clearly demonstrate how critical theory can make pragmatic contributions to the fields of conservation, development, and environmental management. The latest edition of this seminal work is also more closely focused, with references to recent work from around the world. Further, Political Ecology raises critical questions about "traditional" approaches to environmental questions and problems." -- Provided by publisher.

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