By: John Dryzek, Daid Downs, C Hunold, D Schlosberg and HK Hernes
Comparative study of the environmental movement's successes and failures in the USA, UK, Germany, and Norway. Covers the entire sweep of the modern environmental era beginning in 1970.
go a long way in addressing an important but underresearched topic in comparative politics. s ... a very interesting book ... well referenced ... It is recommended that industrialists as well as government officials might benefit from reading this volume. The International Journal of Environmental Studies
States, Movements, and Democracy; Patterns of Inclusion and Exclusion in the Four Countries; Co-optive or Effective Inclusion? Movement Aims and State Imperatives; The Perils of Political Inclusion - Moderation and Bureaucratization; The Dynamics of Democratization; Evaluating Movement Effectiveness and Strategy; Ecological Modernization, Risk Society, and the Green State.
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