Social Nature: Theory, Practice and Politics

Social Nature: Theory, Practice and Politics Author: -
eBook Title: Social Nature: Theory, Practice and Politics
ISBN10: 0631215670
ISBN13: 978-0631215677
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (November 28, 2001)
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Earth Sciences
Size ePub vers.: 1283 kb
Size PDF vers.: 1634 kb
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Rating: 3.5
Votes: 342
Pages: 272 pages

This groundbreaking collection brings together for the first time diverse geographical work on the social construction of nature. Eleven leading contributors not only discuss social nature, but look at the concrete ways in which it is made and the political implications of its construction.


  • Brings together for the first time diverse geographical work on the social construction of nature.
  • Eleven leading contributors not only discuss social nature, but look at the concrete ways in which it is made and the political implications of its construction.
  • Uses international case studies to illustrate the theoretical positions.
  • A helpful introduction by the editors sets the chapters in context.
  • Enables teachers and students to explore the ways in which social nature is evident and to engage with the direct implications of this for human lives, ecologies and politics.

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