MARC 主機 00000cam  2200433 i 4500 
001    948562503 
003    OCoLC 
005    20170307065418.8 
008    160706t20162016bccabc   b    001 0 eng   
020    9780774832632|q(hardback) 
020    0774832630|q(hardback) 
020    |z9780774832656|q(pdf) 
020    |z9780774832663|q(epub) 
020    |z9780774832670|q(mobi) 
035    (OCoLC)948562503 
042    pcc 
043    n-cn-on 
050  4 GE240.C2|bW53 2016 
100 1  Wiebe, Sarah Marie,|eauthor 
245 10 Everyday exposure :|bindigenous mobilization and 
       environmental justice in Canada's chemical valley /|cSarah
       Marie Wiebe 
264  1 Vancouver ;|aToronto :|bUBC Press,|c[2016] 
264  4 |c©2016 
300    xx, 260 pages :|billustrations, maps, portraits ;|c24 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 226-252) and 
505 0  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 
520    "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."--|cProvided by publisher 
530    Issued also in electronic format 
610 20 Aamjiwnaang First Nation 
650  0 Ojibwa Indians|xHealth and hygiene|zOntario|zSarnia 
650  0 Pollution|xPolitical aspects|zOntario|zSarnia 
650  0 Pollution|xSocial aspects|zOntario|zSarnia 
650  0 Human ecology|zOntario|zSarnia 
650  0 Environmental justice|zOntario|zSarnia 
651  0 Sarnia (Ont.)|xEnvironmental conditions 
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