4 edition of Wilderness and political ecology found in the catalog.
Wilderness and political ecology
Includes bibliographical references (p. 263-337)
|Statement||edited by Charles E. Kay and Randy T. Simmons|
|Contributions||Kay, Charles, 1946-, Simmons, Randy T|
|LC Classifications||GF500 .W55 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 342 p. :|
|Number of Pages||342|
|LC Control Number||2002005965|
Cramer provides a window into the world of radical environmentalism and the political process. He examines how deep ecology evolved, how its ideas influence our lives, and how it impacts our book begins with an overview of deep ecology and traces its history in American political thought. Cramer then looks at the tactics employed by radical environmentalists and the relationship. The first two sections of the book are useful, perhaps more in the abstract, to consider a genealogy of political ecology and to identify some of the general traits of this approach, but the book really engages with the case studies.
“ In the well written and highly informative book, Nature Unbound, Simmons, Yonk, and Sim develop the twin concepts of political ecology—the idea that in Washington science is politics—and political entrepreneurship—the notion that every significant political action provides an opportunity for special interest groups to steer the action. Companion to Environmental Studies presents a comprehensive and interdisciplinary overview of the key issues, debates, concepts, approaches and questions that together define environmental studies today. The intellectually wide-ranging volume covers approaches in environmental science all the way through to humanistic and post-natural perspectives on the biophysical world. Though many academic.
Reimagining Political Ecology - Ebook written by Aletta Biersack, James B. Greenberg, Arturo Escobar, Dianne Rocheleau. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Reimagining Political Ecology. In this broad-ranging book Max Oelschlaeger argues that the idea of wilderness has reflected the evolving character of human existence from Paleolithic times to the present day. Deep Power the Political Ecology of Wilderness and Civilization. David Kowalewski - Arctic Wilderness the 5th World Wilderness Congress. Vance Martin.
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Click Download or Read Online button to get wilderness and political ecology book now. This site is like a library, Use. In Wilderness and Political Ecology Charles Kay and Randy Simmons state that this "natural" view of pre-European America is scientifically unsupportable. This volume brings together scholars from a variety of fields as they seek to demonstrate that native people were originally more numerous than once thought and that they were not Cited by: Wilderness and Political Ecology brings together scholars from a variety of fields as they seek to demonstrate that native people were originally more numerous than was once thought and that they were not conservationists in the current sense of the term.
Rather, native peoples took an active part in managing their surroundings and wrought. The wilderness model is exposed for the ideological and value based proposition that it is. Our goal should be for a diachronic rather than synchronic model of 'natural' ecosystems.
Kay makes an argument for disturbance rather than equilibrium eco-policies that seems sound to me, especially once we note that disturbance ecology yields greater 5/5. Get this from a library. Deep power: the political ecology of wilderness and civilization. [David Kowalewski] Home.
WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: David Kowalewski. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Wilderness and Political Ecology By Charles E Kay Environmental law and philosophy assume the existence of a fundamental state of nature: Before the arrival of Columbus, the Americas were a wilderness untouched by human hand, teeming with wildlife and almost void of native peoples.
These stories, that are highly influential in American political thought in particular, and in settler colonial thought more generally, portray wilderness as sacred and development as secular, or even sinful (Moses’ successful attempt to produce water from a rock in the Book of Numbers is punished harshly; because of Moses’ attempt to.
Tor A. Benjaminsen, Hanne Svarstad, in Encyclopedia of Ecology (Second Edition), Abstract. Political ecology is a field within environmental studies focusing on power relations as well as the coproduction of nature and society.
Theoretical inspirations are taken from different sources such as political economy, poststructuralism, and peasant studies. Global Political Ecology serves as a valuable reference for students interested in political ecology, environmental justice, and geography. Wilderness and Political Ecology Charles Kay,Randy T.
Simmons — Nature. "This book is a brave attempt to provide scholarly underpinnings for the counterculture of political ecology. It is broad, non-partisanly and courteously written, interesting, and honest."—Anna Bramwell, The Times Higher Education Supplement ".
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And while the wilderness as ideology still undoubtedly enjoys a privileged position in the Adirondack Park, alternative truths are increasingly being.
In Wilderness and Political Ecology Charles Kay and Randy Simmons state that this "natural" view of pre-European America is scientifically unsupportable. This volume brings together scholars from a variety of fields as they seek to demonstrate that native people were originally more numerous than once thought and that they were not Pages: My book review of Charles Kay and Randy Simmons’ important book, Wilderness and Political Ecology.
Wilderness and Political Ecology. Charles Kay and Randy Simmons (eds.). University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. Illus., bibliography. ISBN The. Political Ecology: A Critical Introduction, 2nd Edition Paul Robbins This fully updated new edition introduces the core concepts, central thinkers, and major works of the burgeoning field of political ecology.
In Wilderness and Political Ecology Charles Kay and Randy Simmons state that this "natural" view of pre-European America is scientifically unsupportable. This volume brings together scholars from a variety of fields as they seek to demonstrate that native people were originally more numerous than once thought and that they were not.
Modern history. Environmental philosophy emerged as a branch of philosophy in s. Early environmental philosophers include Richard Routley, Arne Næss, and J. Baird movement was an attempt to connect with humanity's sense of alienation from nature in a continuing fashion throughout history.
This was very closely related to the development at the same time of ecofeminism. Liberation Ecologies brings together some of the most exciting theorists in the field to explore the impact of political ecology in today's developing world.
The book casts new light on the crucial interrelations of development, social movements and the environment in the South - the 'bigger' half of our planet - and raises questions and hopes about change on the global scale.
Environmentalism or environmental rights is a broad philosophy, ideology, and social movement regarding concerns for environmental protection and improvement of the health of the environment, particularly as the measure for this health seeks to incorporate the impact of changes to the environment on humans, animals, plants and non-living environmentalism focuses more on the.
undisturbed wilderness. With their goals ranging from the spiritual to the political, the adherents of deep ecology span a wide spectrum of the American environmental movement. As Sale correctly notes, this emerging strand has in a matter of a few years made its presence felt.
ecology’ because it assesses the political construction of what is considered to be ecological. In this sense, (critically) realist political ecology builds on advances in science and technology studies (STS) by seeking to indicate how supposedly apolitical scientific laws in fact reflect historic political .This book is an outstanding resource for the student of American wilderness history up to the 70s.
Keeping in mind this is an older edition, the newer one may be equally useful through the end of the 20th century. The bibliographical essay at the end alone is worth the purchase. However, the book itself is not particularly inspiring/5(82).The Routledge Handbook of Political Ecology presents a comprehensive and authoritative examination of the rapidly growing field of political ecology.
Located at the intersection of geography, anthropology, sociology, and environmental history, political ecology is one of the most vibrant and conceptually diverse fields of inquiry into nature.