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- KurzbeschreibungRecent debates concerning Anthropology s engagement <br>with environmentalism contend that an invigorated <br>approach is needed to strengthen the presence of the <br>discipline in this field. This work aims to discuss <br>certain issues raised by these debates. Namely, that <br>an anthropological approach to culture, discourse <br>and ideology offers the study of environmentalism a <br>perspective not readily afforded by other <br>disciplines. It is an ethnographic study of the <br>Irish Green Party based on twelve months of <br>fieldwork conducted between 1996 and 1997 and its <br>focus is the creation and maintenance of identity <br>within the Party during this period. Particular <br>attention is paid to the socio-cultural, historical <br>and political context in which the Irish Green Party <br>has evolved and the way in which these contextual <br>factors affect the Party s members perceptions of <br>their role as environmental activists. The work <br>discusses ways in which members of the Party came to <br>be involved in environmental activism and presents <br>them as intellectuals participating in a distinctive <br>intellectual community within the sphere of <br>environmentalism.
- AutorMichael O'Kane
- Seiten300 Seiten
- Gewicht463 g
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