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A Climate Change Module for Introduction to Sociology Classes

From its beginnings, Sociology has always been centrally concerned to understand the problems of Modernity. Today, there is no longer any serious doubt that climate change has become one of the greatest – if not the single greatest — threats … Continue reading

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Environmental sociology syllabi now available

Developing an environmental sociology course? Creating a reading course? Adding to a comprehensive exam list? Check out the Resources tab of the Environmental Sociology Cluster page for syllabi!  

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New journal! Environmental Sociology

Environmental Sociology, the official journal of the International Sociological Association’s Research Committee for Environment and Society, is now accepting submissions. Environmental Sociology is dedicated to applying and advancing the sociological imagination in relation to a wide variety of environmental challenges, controversies … Continue reading

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New Book – Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada – Edited by D.B. Tindall, Ronald L. Trosper, and Pamela Perreault

Editors D. B. Tindall, Ronald L. Trosper and Pamela Perreault launched their new 2013 book Aboriginal Peoples and Forest Lands in Canada. About the book from the publisher – Aboriginal people in Canada have long struggled to regain control over … Continue reading

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New Sociology of Ignorance Website

          The sociology of ignorance website now features an ignorance concepts page http://sociologyofignorance.com/ignorance_concepts.html. Overall, the website features work at the intersection of the sociology of ignorance and of environmental sociology. The resources page includes research by … Continue reading

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