2 edition of Green ideology found in the catalog.
by Oxford Centre for the Environment, Ethics & Society in Oxford
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||OCEES research paper -- no. 4|
|Contributions||Oxford Centre for the Environment, Ethics & Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||29|
In English with an Accent, Rosina Lippi-Green scrutinizes American attitudes towards language. Using examples drawn from a variety of contexts: the classroom, the court, the media, and corporate culture, she exposes the way in which discrimination based on accent functions to support and perpetuate unequal social structures and unequal power relations/5(22). “Feminism is the struggle to end sexist oppression. Therefore, it is necessarily a struggle to eradicate the ideology of domination that permeates Western culture on various levels, as well as a commitment to reorganizing society so that the self-development of people can take precedence over imperialism, economic expansion, and material desires.”.
The book is an account of rise of Hindu nationalism in India rather Indian nationalism over the last century. Indeed, it describes the rise of Hindutva ideology both at the level of Indian state and Indian society simultaneously, reached to its climax with . A Catholic charity has launched a scathing attack on the Green movement, describing the excesses of environmentalism as an ideology every bit as dangerous as Communism. While global warming should be a "crucial issue" for the Church, worshippers must be deeply sceptical about many of the claims made by the environmentalist lobby, a new booklet.
1 Green Political Theory Forthcoming in Geoghegan, V. and Wilford, R. (eds), (), Political Ideologies, 4th edition (London: Routledge). John Barry Introduction Ecologism or green political theory is the most recent of schools of political thinking. The book puts this theory into the broader context of ideology studies, as well as relating it to recent historical scholarship. Primarily, the theory is offered as an alternative method of investigating political thinking to that of political philosophy, and as a departure from Marxist perspectives on ideology.
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This chapter identifies four key commitments of green ideology—ecological restructuring, radical democratization, ecological law, and non-violence as a principle of action. It then examines whether these core principles effectively constrain the potential decontestations of other, adjacent principles.
Green thinking has become an important and distinctive political philosophy, presenting a profound challenge to longer established political creeds. While its roots can be traced back to precursors, such as pantheism, romanticism and the rediscovery of nature, Malthusianism, and elements of anarchism, it is a relatively new ideology.
“The green economy is based on a simple narrative: a business model approach to the salvage Green ideology book our globe. It is therefore highly opportune that this book critically reviews the green-growth paradigm, and offers alternatives.” -- Barbara Unmuessig, president, Heinrich Boell FoundationPrice: $ Green Ideology: It was never about the Environment.
Posted by RiskMonger on October 6, Novem See the French translation. In order to improve conditions in the environment we need to protect nature from what has proven to be its greatest threat: Green activists and environmentalists. Green ideology is based on the belief that nature is an interconnected whole, embracing humans and non-humans, as well as the inanimate world.
Green ideology is new, but it is a new variant within the traditions of the left rather than an alternative to the left/right divide. As we saw in the previous chapter, the green movement emerged as a consequence of changes in the nature of the western left in the late s and still has its roots in the traditions of the left.
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Green ideology emphasizes participatory democracy and the principle of "thinking globally, acting locally." As such, the ideal Green Party is thought to grow from the bottom up, from neighborhood to municipal to (eco-)regional to national levels.
The goal is to rule by a consensus decision making process. The book is essentially a response to such popular environmentalist tracts as the State of the World report and the reams of misinformation disseminated by Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, the.
Green ideology, I shall argue, is a new articulation of pre‐existing ideological elements. It is new in the sense that it is articulated around a new, distinct nodal point (or family of nodal points). The establishment of this nodal point gives a new meaning to a series of pre‐existing elements, transforming them into moments of Green ideology.
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Part of the Contemporary Political Studies Series book series (CONTPOLSTUD) Abstract Any survey of modern ideologies would be incomplete without an examination of Green thinking, which in some forms at least now clearly constitutes an important and distinctive political philosophy, and presents a profound challenge to virtually all longer.
Abstract. The theoretical stage for a new type of political ideology can now be set. At the outset, it was already demonstrated that the ‘end of ideology’ thesis left little room for newly emerging traditional ideologies to be established, dismissing the possibility that the extraparliamentary opposition and the New Left have anything new to offer on ideological grounds.
Green Political Thoughtoffers an impressively clear and thoughtful introduction to green ideas and to the aims and strategies of the green movement. The book has been revised and updated since its original publication in to take account of responses to the arguments. "This second edition of English with an Accent exceeds the high standard of research excellence that Lippi-Green first displayed in This new book introduces keen insights about language, justice, discrimination, and the human condition in America." - John Baugh, Margaret Bush Wilson Professor in Arts and Sciences, Washington University in St.
Louis, USAReviews: Peter Singer’s influence is evident in the Greens’ ideology. The author of a series of books, including Animal Liberation, Singer not only co-authored the Greens’ manifesto with Bob Brown, but stood as a candidate for the party in the Kooyong inand subsequently as a Senate candidate.
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In The Green Book, Part III: The Social Basis of the Third Universal Theory, published inQadhafi reiterates and elaborates his view of nationalism and briefly discusses a few other subjects. Qadhafi argues that whereas Marx maintained that class struggle is the crucial variable accounting for change, it is.The first and most successful national party known as the Greens (die Grünen) was founded in West Germany by Herbert Gruhl, Petra Kelly, and others in and arose out of the merger of about ecological and environmentalist groups.
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