Reclaiming the Environmental Debate The Politics of Health in a Toxic Culture
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Description: Reflecting a diversity of voices and perspectives, these essays range from critiques of traditional thinking/practices to strategies for shifting public consciousness to create healthy communities.
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Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: MIT Press
Publication date: 5/12/2000
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction: Critical Perspectives on Human Health and the Environment|
|Challenging Current Perspectives|
|The Social Production of Cancer: A Walk Upstream|
|Deconstructing Standards, Reconstructing Worker Health|
|Brownfields and the Redevelopment of Communities: Liking Health, Economy, and Justice|
|Akwesasne: A Native American Community's Resistance to Cultural and Environmental Damage|
|When Harm Is Not Necessary: Risk Assessment as Diversion|
|The Ecological Tyranny of the Bottom Line: The Environmental and Social Consequences of Economic Reductionism|
|Silencing Spring: Corporate Propaganda and the Takeover of the Environmental Movement|
|The Globalization of Corporate Culture and Its Role in the Environmental Crisis|
|Selling "Mother Earth": Advertising and the Myth of the Natural|
|Green Living in a Toxic World: The Pitfalls and Promises of Everyday Environmentalism|
|Rethinking Technoscience in Risk Society: Toxicity as Textuality|
|Notes from the Field: Community Struggles|
|Silencing the Voice of the People: How Mining Companies Subvert Local Opposition|
|Bearing Witness or Taking Action?: Toxic Tourism and Environmental Justice|
|For Generations Yet to Come: Junebug Productions' Environmental Justice Project|
|Media Art and Activism: A Model for Collective Action|