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Document Type(s):Journal Article
Article/Chapter Title:Environmental Sociology and Global Environmental Change: A Critical Assessment
Journal Title:Society and Natural Resources
Author(s):Buttel, Frederick H; Taylor, Peter
Religion(s):Hinduism
Date of Publication:1992
Volume:5
Issue:July-September
Pages:211-30
Annotation:Buttel and Taylor urge environmental sociologists both move beyond analyses of individual nation-states and to take a more critical approach to global constructions of environmental problems. Contending that global environmental change functions simultaneously as “scientific concept and social ideology,” they conclude by offering specific recommendations about how to expand the scope of environmental sociology and how to articulate an explicit environmental sociology of science.
   
 
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