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by A. Chekki Dan a. Chekki,Dan a. Chekki,Danesh A. Chekki

Author: A. Chekki Dan a. Chekki,Dan a. Chekki,Danesh A. Chekki
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing Limited (January 29, 1997)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Other
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Some of the changing perceptions of technology in the environmental movement, ecological concerns, and policy issues are examined.

In recent decades, communities around the world, have been exposed to the deterioration of their environmental quality, more than ever before in human history.

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I therefor need to get in contact with another author that can be interested in writing a chapter in this book that will be published by Routledge and have authors from 5 continents. Contemporary Sociology vol.

1. The community of the streets (pp. 121–143). Greenwich: Jai Press. Appelbaum, R. P. (1989). Cite this chapter as: Bruhn . 2011) Fragmented Ties: The Poor and the Homeless. In: The Sociology of Community Connections. First Online 07 June 2011.

Areas of Professional Interest Environmental Sociology (Environmental .

Mark Baldassare, Dan A. Chekki.

ISBN 10: 1559387734, ISBN 13: 9781559387736.

Tetiana Perepeliuk, Sergsii Penzai, Natalia Pikovets. PDF XML. Page 1378-1388.

This volume presents research focusing on environmental issues, local community and global changes resulting from socioeconomic and political forces in advanced industrialized societies. Some of the changing perceptions of technology in the environmental movement, ecological concerns, and policy issues are examined. Case studies of community problems and community development efforts are discussed within the context of local-global environmental nexus and quality of community life.