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Environment and social theory / John Barry
(Routledge introductions to environment)

Edition 2nd ed
Publisher Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge
Year 2007
Codes ID=2001313963 NCID=BA79790206

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Language English
Size xv, 350 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Contents "Nature", "environment" and social theory
The role of the environment historically within social theory
The uses of "nature" and the nonhuman world in social theory : pre-enlightenment and enlightenment accounts
Twentieth-century social theory and the nonhuman world
Right-wing reactions to the environment and environmental politics
Left-wing reactions to the environment and environmental politics
Gender, the nonhuman world and social thought
The environment and economic thought
Risk, environment and postmodernism
Ecology, biology and social theory
Greening social theory
Notes First published 1999
Includes bibliographical references (p. [324]-344) and index
Authors *Barry, John, 1966-
Subjects LCSH:Human ecology -- Philosophy  All Subject Search
LCSH:Human ecology -- Religious aspects  All Subject Search
LCSH:Social sciences -- Philosophy  All Subject Search
LCSH:Human beings -- Effect of environment on  All Subject Search
Classification LCC:GF21
Vol : hbk ; ISBN:9780415376174 ; XISBN:0415376173
: pbk ; ISBN:9780415376167 ; XISBN:0415376165

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Letters,Tetsugaku-Rinri(Philosophy & Ethics),KURATA : pbk. 304.2/B279 0580223671
9780415376167 2007

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