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作者 Wiebe, Sarah Marie, author
書名 Everyday exposure : indigenous mobilization and environmental justice in Canada's chemical valley / Sarah Marie Wiebe
出版項 Vancouver ; Toronto : UBC Press, [2016]
©2016
國際標準書號 9780774832632 (hardback)
0774832630 (hardback)
9780774832656 (pdf)
9780774832663 (epub)
9780774832670 (mobi)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 人文社會聯圖  GE240.C2 W53 2016    在架上    30610020515722
 民族所圖書館  GE240.C2 W53 2016    在架上    30520020841657
說明 xx, 260 pages : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 24 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
附註 Includes bibliographical references (pages 226-252) and index
Foreword: A Canadian tragedy / James Tully -- Skeletons in the closet: citizen wounding and the biopolitics of injustice -- Sensing policy: an affective framework of analysis -- State nerves: the many layers of indigenous environmental justice -- Home is where the heart is: lived experience in Aamjiwnaang -- Digesting space: the geopolitics of everyday life -- Seeking reproductive injustice: situated bodies of knowledge -- Shelter-in-place? Immune no more and idle no more -- Appendices: 1. Birth ratio -- 2. Dilbit-imperial oil material safety data sheet, 2002 -- 3. List of interview participants -- 4. Additional resources
"Near the Ontario-Michigan border, Canada's densest concentration of chemical manufacturing surrounds the Aamjiwnaang First Nation. Living in the polluted heart of Chemical Valley, members of this Indigenous community report a declining rate of male births in addition to abnormal rates of miscarriage, asthma, cancer, and cardiovascular and respiratory illnesses. While starvation policies and smallpox-laced blankets might be an acknowledged part of Canada's past, this book reveals how the colonial legacy of inflicting harm on Indigenous bodies persists through a system that fails to adequately address health and ecological suffering in First Nations communities. Everyday Exposure uncovers the systemic injustices faced on a daily basis in Aamjiwnaang. By exploring the problems that Canada's conflicting levels of jurisdiction pose for the creation of environmental justice policy, analyzing clashes between Indigenous and scientific knowledge, and documenting the experiences of Aamjiwnaang residents as they navigate their toxic environment, this book argues that social and political change requires an experiential and transformative "sensing policy" approach, one that takes the voices of Indigenous citizens seriously."-- Provided by publisher
Issued also in electronic format
主題 Aamjiwnaang First Nation
Ojibwa Indians -- Health and hygiene -- Ontario -- Sarnia
Pollution -- Political aspects -- Ontario -- Sarnia
Pollution -- Social aspects -- Ontario -- Sarnia
Human ecology -- Ontario -- Sarnia
Environmental justice -- Ontario -- Sarnia
Sarnia (Ont.) -- Environmental conditions
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