Environment, Energy and Society: Exemplary Works (The Wadsworth Sociology Reader Series) - Softcover
This text was designed as a reader to accompany Humphrey, Lewis, and Buttel, Environment, Energy, and Society: A New Synthesis (2002). The reader is divided into eight parts exploring issues and topics central to the study of the environment, rural and urban problems.
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Introduction: The Development of Environmental Sociology. Part 1. Exploring Environmental Sociology. Part 2. Social Theory and the Environment. Part 3. Population and the Environment. Part 4. The Struggle over Hunger. Part 5. Energy and the Environment. Part 6. The Environmental Movement. Part 7. The Sociology of Sustainable Development. Part 8. Environmental Futures.
About the Author:
Craig R. Humphrey received his Ph.D. from Brown University. He is Associate Professor of Sociology and Demography at Pennsylvania State University, where he teaches courses in environmental sociology, human ecology, and urban sociology. Dr. Humphrey's current research focuses on the application of social theories to study of world population growth, food production, energy, and environmental movements.
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- PublisherCengage Learning
- Publication date1980
- ISBN 10 0534579574
- ISBN 13 9780534579579
- Number of pages384