11 edition of Struggles for justice found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 421-429) and index.
|LC Classifications||E743 .D345 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 538 p. :|
|Number of Pages||538|
|LC Control Number||91002102|
Montana 1 , by Larry Watson is a novella that focuses on the life Of young Montanan David Hayden in and the struggles of a family torn between loyalty and justice. The novella explores the way power can be abused within a small community. Through characterisation, Watson exposes how family loyalty can be challenged by moral truths and how unfair power structures. This book broadens existing discussions on the right to water in order to shed critical light on the pathways, pitfalls, prospects, and constraints that exist in achieving global goals, as well as advancing debates around water governance and water justice. The book shows how both discourses and struggles around the right to water have opened.
In this new interpretation of the making of modern America, Dawley traces the group struggles involved in the nation's rise to power. Probing the dynamics of social change, he explores tensions between industrial workers and corporate capitalists, Victorian moralists and New Women, native Protestants and Catholic immigrants. A look at: 1. Some of the basic points of departure for a Christian consideration of issues of justice and peace. 2. A brief review of the issues from the specific consideration of the situation of the poor as a test for Christian commitment. 3. Some ways in which the Christian community and churches can participate in these struggles.
In , following a generation of armed conflict and authoritarian rule, the Peruvian state created a Truth and Reconciliation Committee (TRC). Pascha Bueno-Hansen places the TRC, feminist and human rights movements, and related non-governmental organizations within an international and Brand: University of Illinois Press. Featuring contributions written by students and staff members on the frontline of struggles from 12 different countries, including Canada, Chile, France, India, Mexico, Nigeria, Occupied Palestine, the Philippines, South Africa, Turkey, the UK and the USA, the book asks what can be learned from these movements' strategies, demands and visions.
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In Struggles for Justice: Social Responsibility and the Liberal State, author Alan Dawley tracks the notion of liberalism in the United States from the s to In essence, his analysis examines what liberalism is and how it is redefined as the country moves from a laissez-faire liberal state to a social liberal state between the Gilded Cited by: By the s, Struggle For Justice pulls too many punches regarding socialism, but follows through with too many jabs at fascism.
By that time in our history, tyranny had found ways to flourish on both sides on the political spectrum, but this book refuses to fully acknowledge that fact/5.
A book by Ewen Montagu detailed a World War II British deception operation that wanted to convince the Germans inthat the next Allied landings in Europe would be Sardinia, and even Greece. They were actually going to invade in Sicily.
The British created a man with a fake identity. : From Eve to Dawn, A History of Women in the World, Volume IV: Revolutions and Struggles for Justice in the 20th Century (): French, Marilyn, Atwood, Margaret: Books/5(8). Synopsis This book provides an accessible but intellectually rigorous introduction to the global social movement for ‘climate justice’ and addresses the socially uneven consequences of anthropogenic climate ing relational understandings of nature-society, space, and power, Brandon Derman shows that climate change has been co-produced with social inequality.
Contemporary struggles for environmental justice often revolve around a small band of focused individual uniting against powerful forces of neoliberal development.
In mobilizing this way, insular communities are often forced to face hard questions on issues of class, race, ethnicity, Author: Stephen D'arcy. of Water Justice Struggles Rutgerd Boelens, oen re J os, and om T Perreault Introduction Water is a resource that triggers profound conflicts and close collaboration, a source of deep injustices, and fierce struggles for life.
In many regions of the world, rising. Over the past two decades, environmental justice (EJ) movements have been amongst the most persistently and strongly mobilized groups in Puerto Rico.
In this essay, I elaborate on how the many struggles that gave rise to this summer’s movement to oust Puerto Rican Governor Ricardo Rosselló can also be traced and understood through the histories of EJ struggles.
I read the book for a class on Environmental Justice and Public policy. I liked some of the suggestions in the book. It would be interesting to see an update on the book as it's been about 4 years since its publication and there has been a new government in place in Canada/5.
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By Liberty Justice, poet, short story writer, song and lyric writer. “ Environmental Justice in a Moment of Danger is breathtaking in its scope and ambition. The book covers climate politics, police violence, Indigenous struggles for land, and so much more.
Only Julie Sze could have pulled this off. There is nothing quite like it, and there is no one writing today about environmental justice whom I would. Struggles for global justice are being fought by civil society groups across the globe, addressing global inequalities, challenging neoliberal market driven globalization and demanding to remedy its negative implications.
This book examines the roles. "Capitalism and the crisis of environmentalism / Daniel Faber, James O'Connor -- Anatomy of environmental racism / Robert D. Bullard -- Building a new vision: feminist, green socialism / Mary Mellor -- The promise of environmental democracy / John O'Connor -- Creating a culture of destruction: gender, militarism and the environment / Joni Seager -- Environmental consequences of urban growth.
Reviews [A Line in the Tar Sands is] the finest to date on the tar sands. – UnderCurrents: Journal of Critical Environmental Studies. From Indigenous people’s sharing of prophecy, to locking downs and blockades, from marches to hip hop tours, from horseback rides to hunger strikes, and from mass arrests in front of the White House and Parliament to court battles, A Line in the Tar Sands.
Struggles for Justice in Canada and Mexico examines Canadian and Mexican communities engaged in collective action to address problems related to the context of aggressive capitalism, which favours economic freedom of the powerful over the needs of people and the planet.
The book’s several case examples portray income-generating projects; action to promote health, adequate housing, and a safe Author: Linda Snyder.
Environmental Justice & Indigenous Struggles Environmental Justice. Environmental Justice is defined as the fair treatment and meaningful involvement of all people regardless of race, color, national origin, or income with respect to the development, implementation, and enforcement of environmental laws, regulations, and policies.
It will be achieved when everyone enjoys the same degree of Author: Matthew R. Fisher. Struggles For Justice by Alan Dawley in DOC, FB2, FB3 download e-book. Welcome to our site, dear reader. All content included on our site, such as text, images, digital downloads and other, is the property of it's content suppliers and protected by US and international copyright laws%().
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TOXIC STRUGGLES: THEORY AND PRACTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE By Richard Hofrichter **Mint Condition**. Struggles for Justice in Canada and Mexico examines Canadian and Mexican communities engaged in collective action to address problems related to the context of aggressive capitalism, which favours economic freedom of the powerful over the needs of people and the planet.
The book’s several case examples portray income-generating projects; action to promote health, adequate housing, and a safe Brand: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Struggles for Climate Justice approaches these questions from an interdisciplinary perspective accessible to graduate and advanced undergraduate students as well as scholars of geography, social movements, environmental politics, policy, and socio-legal studies.
This book is part of the African Arguments series, published by Zed Books in association with the International African Institute, The Royal African Society, and The Social Science Research Council.
The origins of the book lie in the continent-wide "Africa citizenship audits" carried out by the Open Society Justice Initiative in The ideals of social justice and participatory democracy that galvanized a resilient nation in have been abandoned as an avaricious ruling elite has privatized the economy, abandoned social programs and subsidy payments for the poor, and suppressed the struggles of women, workers, students, and minorities for equality.In Social Justice: Theories, Issues, and Movements, Loretta Capeheart and Dragan Milovanovic respond to the need for a comprehensive introduction to this topic.
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