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- Sociology Facing Climate Change
- Book review: John Urry, Climate Change and Society
- Collective low-budget organizing and low carbon futures: An interview with John Urry
- Review of Climate Change and Society - John Urry
Sociology Facing Climate Change
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Book review: John Urry, Climate Change and Society
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At a British Sociological Association workshop in January the question of how to make sociology more influential in policy circles arose. John Urry, sitting on the event's panel, put forward the opinion that a genuine crossover text on climate change and society would go a long way to embedding sociological insights into thinking on climate change. It was perhaps fortuitous then that Urry already had a book that aimed to do such a thing on the road to publication: Climate Change and Society was published just a few months later in May There are some similarities between the two: both seek to capture some of the central debates in the social sciences on climate change in an attempt to — at least partly — make them their own. Much of the book is concerned with summarising though not always explicitly referencing on-going discussions in the social sciences with regard to climate change: most prominently social practice and transitions theories. But there are genuine moments of intrigue within the book, in particular the central conceit surrounding the role of mobilities broadly conceived in the construction of climate change.
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Collective low-budget organizing and low carbon futures: An interview with John Urry
In his recent book Societies beyond oil Urry, , the sociologist John Urry historically traces the growing reliance on oil in welfare societies caused by a growing dependency on inventions made possible by coal fired steam engines. The car, long distance travel via train and plane, mass production and consumption of cheap goods and the consequent types of industry-based work have co-shaped and organized daily life in the city and its urban forms. Some of these scenarios are grim — depicting resource wars, high tech and exclusionary ways of living, and the detriments of a more resource-efficient but mainly digital life without much movement or face-to-face interaction.
This perfect storm would comprise runaway climate change, huge water, good and energy shortages and enormous population growth. It was striking to have the analysis of such a potential perfect storm in a mainstream news programme. It was illustrated by various reports on developments occurring worldwide that showed how such a possible perfect storm was already being formed. The storm we might say was already out to sea.
It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Authors: Michie , Jonathan, Cooper , Cary. Published with the support of the Academy for Social Sciences, this volume provides an illuminating look at topics of concern to everyone at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Leading social scientists tackle complex questions such as immigration, unemployment, climate change, war, banks in trouble, and an ageing population.
This book explores the significance of human behaviour to understanding the causes and impacts of changing climates and to assessing varied ways of responding to these changes.
Review of Climate Change and Society - John Urry
He is noted for work in the fields of the sociology of tourism and mobility. He wrote books on many other aspects of modern society including the transition away from "organised capitalism", the sociology of nature and environmentalism , and social theory in general. He arrived at Lancaster University Sociology department as a lecturer in , becoming head of department in and a professor in
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