By: Phil Macnaghten and John Urry
307 pages, B/w photos
A sociological exploration of the changing significance of nature in daily life, examining the impact of culture on our relationship with the natural world and threats to the environment. Nature is shown as irreducibly contested and embedded in highly diverse and ambivalent social practices.
...a rich discussion of the ways in which nature and the environment are constituted in specific social practices...a subtle, textured account of how natures are constructed, experienced, understood, and acted upon. -- Bruce Braun 20010416
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