Routledge advances in climate change research.
In addressing the urgent questions raised by climate change, this book provides a comprehensive overview of the anthropology of climate change, guided by a critical political ecological framework. It examines the emergence and slow maturation of the anthropology of climate change, reviews the historic foundations for this work in the archaeology of climate change, and presents three alternative contemporary theoretical perspectives in the anthropology of climate change.
Formatted Contents Note
chapter Introduction chapter 1 Climate turmoil: introducing a socioecological model of human action, environmental impact, and mounting vulnerability chapter 2 The emergence and maturation of the anthropology of climate change chapter 3 The archaeology of climate change chapter 4 Theoretical perspectives in the anthropology of climate change chapter 5 Case studies in the anthropology of climate change chapter 6 Applications of anthropological research on climate change chapter 7 What other social scientists are saying about climate change chapter 8 Conclusion: toward a critical integrated social science of climate change.