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Nature and Social Theory

By: Adrian Franklin

274 pages, B/w photos

Sage Publications

Paperback | Oct 2001 | #143181 | ISBN: 0761963782
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About this book

Argues that the interpenetration of nature and culture is more complete than generally realised.

'Written with clarity and sophistication, it is not just an original argument about relationships of nature and culture, but also a useful text' - Keith Tester, University of Portsmouth


Contents

Introduction PART ONE Thinking about Nature 1 Disciplinary Beginnings Thinking about Nature 2 The Nature Crisis? A New Anthropology of Nature PART TWO Naturalization Hybridity Embodiment Politicising Nature

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