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Sociology and Environmental Impact Assessment
(Canadian Journal of Sociology, 1997)
The paper indicates how a critical sociology could contribute to environmental impact assessment (EIA). It argues how sociologists must become involved in evaluating the EIA process itself. Topics examined include: how EIA ...
Merchants, Mining, and Concessions on Nicaragua's Mosquito Coast: Reassessing the American Presence, 1893-1912 Penultimate versions before editing
(Journal of Latin American Studies, 2002)
Not Directly Affected: Using the Law to Close the Door on Environmentalists
(Journal of Canadian Studies, 1996)
Sherman et al describe how decisions affecting public health and the environment are made at the local administrative level in Alberta Canada and how the present law was used to exclude environmentalists from raising ...
Jock Talk, Goldfish, Horse Logging,and Star Wars Debunking Industry's Green PR
(Alternatives Journal, 1997)
Pulp Mills, Fish Contamination, and Fish Eaters: A Participatory Workshop on the Politics of Expert Knowledge
(Capitalism, Nature, Socialism, 1996)
Review: Religious Faith and Political Praxis in the Americas
(Latin American Perspectives, 1988)
Conceptualizing Religion from Below: a neo-marxist approach to the religion of the poor
(Social Compass: The International Journal of the Sociology of Religion, 1988)
(The Parkland Institute, 2002)
Political struggle at the local level is out of fashion. In today’s increasingly “globalized” world, appeals to the local can often appear parochial and tradition-bound. Determining whether effective political responses ...