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Environmental Anthropology Today

Kopnina, Helen; Shoreman-Ouimet, Eleanor.
Collation: 1 vol. (XVII-301 p.) : ill., carte ; 24 cm.Édition: London ; New York : Routledge, 2011.ISBN: 978-0-415-78156-5.Contenu: Introduction: Environmental anthropology of yesterday and today / Eleanor Shoreman-Ouimet and Helen Kopnina (p.1-33) -- The Religion and Environment Interface: Spiritual Ecology in Ecological Anthropology / Leslie E. Sponsel (p.37-55) -- Drawing from Traditional and "Indigenous" Socioecological Theories / Eugene Anderson (p.56-74) -- Environmental politics and policy ambiguities in environmental anthropology / Peter B. Larsen (p.75-93) -- Environmental Anthropology as one of the spatial sciences / Emilio F. Moran (p.97-117) -- What about that wrapper? Using consumption diaries in green education / Helen Kopnina (p.118-139) -- Time and Population Vulnerability to Natural Hazards: The Pre-Katrina Primacy of Experience / Daniel de Vries (p.140-160) -- Participatory Action Research and Urban Environmental Justice: The Pacoima CARE Project / Carl A. Maida (p.161-175) -- Anthropology, climate change and coastal planning / Bob Pokrant and Laura Stocker (p.179-194) -- From Ecosystems Services to Unfulfilled Expectations: Factors Influencing attitudes toward the Madidi protected area / Teressa Trusty (p.195-214) -- Who’s Got the Money Now?: Conservation-Development Meets the Nueva Ruralidad in Southern Mexico / Nora Haenn (p.215-233) -- Middle-Out Conservation: The Role of Elites in Rural American Conservation / Eleanor Shoreman-Ouimet (p.234-252) -- Learning By Heart: An Anthropological Perspective on Environmental Learning in Lijiang / Robert Efird (p.253-266) -- Linking Climate Action to local Knowledge and Practice: A Case study of diverse Chicago neighborhoods / Jennifer Hirsch, Sarah Van Deusen Phillips, Edward Labenski, Christine Dunford and Troy Peters (p.267-296)Thématique: Environnement, milieu et ressources naturelles | Ethnologie | Société, modes de vieThématique spécifique: Perspectives | Ecologie humaine | Ecologie | Ecosystème | Théorie | Sciences | Education | Autochtone | Recherche scientifique | Méthodologie | Savoirs et connaissances | Changement climatique | Anthropologie | Protection de l'environnementGéographique: Europe | Afrique | Asie | Amérique du nord | Amérique du Sud | IndeType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d'Irlande du Nord, Etats-Unis d'Amériques
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Introduction: Environmental anthropology of yesterday and today / Eleanor Shoreman-Ouimet and Helen Kopnina (p.1-33) -- The Religion and Environment Interface: Spiritual Ecology in Ecological Anthropology / Leslie E. Sponsel (p.37-55) -- Drawing from Traditional and "Indigenous" Socioecological Theories / Eugene Anderson (p.56-74) -- Environmental politics and policy ambiguities in environmental anthropology / Peter B. Larsen (p.75-93) -- Environmental Anthropology as one of the spatial sciences / Emilio F. Moran (p.97-117) -- What about that wrapper? Using consumption diaries in green education / Helen Kopnina (p.118-139) -- Time and Population Vulnerability to Natural Hazards: The Pre-Katrina Primacy of Experience / Daniel de Vries (p.140-160) -- Participatory Action Research and Urban Environmental Justice: The Pacoima CARE Project / Carl A. Maida (p.161-175) -- Anthropology, climate change and coastal planning / Bob Pokrant and Laura Stocker (p.179-194) -- From Ecosystems Services to Unfulfilled Expectations: Factors Influencing attitudes toward the Madidi protected area / Teressa Trusty (p.195-214) -- Who’s Got the Money Now?: Conservation-Development Meets the Nueva Ruralidad in Southern Mexico / Nora Haenn (p.215-233) -- Middle-Out Conservation: The Role of Elites in Rural American Conservation / Eleanor Shoreman-Ouimet (p.234-252) -- Learning By Heart: An Anthropological Perspective on Environmental Learning in Lijiang / Robert Efird (p.253-266) -- Linking Climate Action to local Knowledge and Practice: A Case study of diverse Chicago neighborhoods / Jennifer Hirsch, Sarah Van Deusen Phillips, Edward Labenski, Christine Dunford and Troy Peters (p.267-296)

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