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Ecocritique: Contesting the Politics of Nature, Economy, and Culture 978-0816628476 por Timothy W. Luke MOBI EPUB
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  • Título Original: Ecocritique: Contesting the Politics of Nature, Economy, and Culture
  • Autor del libro: Timothy W. Luke
  • ISBN: 978-0816628476
  • Idioma: ES
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  • Realese fecha:1997-07-03
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Ecocritique: Contesting the Politics of Nature, Economy, and Culture por Timothy W. Luke Libro PDF, EPUB

Ecocriticism, whether coming from "back to nature" conservatives, Nature Conservancy liberals, or Earth First! radicals, is familiar enough. But when we listen do we really hear what these groups are saying? In a book that examines the terms of ecocriticism, Timothy W. Luke exposes how ecological critics, organizations, and movements manipulate our conception of the enviro Ecocriticism, whether coming from "back to nature" conservatives, Nature Conservancy liberals, or Earth First! radicals, is familiar enough. But when we listen do we really hear what these groups are saying? In a book that examines the terms of ecocriticism, Timothy W. Luke exposes how ecological critics, organizations, and movements manipulate our conception of the environment.Ecocritique rereads ecocriticism to reveal how power and economy, society and culture, community and technology compete over what are now widely regarded as the embattled ecosystems of nature. Luke considers in particular how the meanings and values attached to the environment by various groups - from the Worldwatch Institute, the Nature Conservancy, and Earth First! to proponents of green consumerism, social ecology, and sustainable development - articulate new visions of power and subjectivity for a post-Cold War era. With its critical analysis of many contemporary environmental discourses and organizations, Ecocritique makes a major contribution to ongoing debates about the political relationships among nature, culture, and economics in the current global system.