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書名 Perspectives for a new social theory of sustainability / Mariella Nocenzi, Alessandra Sannella, editors ; foreword by Enrico Giovannini
出版項 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2020]
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 人文社會聯圖  HC79.E5 P454 2020    到期 04-26-21    30600020132651
說明 xvii, 128 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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附註 Includes bibliographical references and index
Chapter 1: Some Remarks for a New Sociological Theory of Sustainability -- Chapter 2: Sustainability and the Crisis of the Theoretical Functional Model -- Chapter 3: Environmental Sustainability and the Evolution of Capitalism -- Chapter 4: The Thought of Zygmunt Bauman as a Key for Entering into a New Social Theory -- Chapter 5: Sustainability and SDGs: From Moral Imperatives to Indicators and Indexes -- A Methodology for Validating and Assessing SDGs -- Chapter 6: Sustainability as a Key Imperative in Project Cycle Management: Sociological Considerations -- Chapter 7: Toward an Understanding of Psychopathological Syndromes related to Social Environments -- Chapter 8: Social Research between Participation and Critical Detachment -- Chapter 9: Sustainability Through Unsustainability? Unintended Consequences and Emancipatory Catastrophism -- Chapter 10: The Sociology and the Sustainable Development: The Paradigm is Going to Change
This ambitious book outlines the theoretical and practical implications of the recent technological revolution of human/non-human relations for social researchers, and in so doing, seeks to develop more adequate theoretical and methodological models for social scientists to describe and investigate these social transformations and their consequences. The environmental strategies to balance human actions with the earths resources utilizing a sustainable approach can inspire original conceptualizations and, therefore, a new sociological paradigm rooted in a necessary rethinking of the dualism between nature and culture, and of human relations in a hyper-connected society increasingly composed by non-human elements. Chapter discussions include: Sustainability and the crisis of the theoretical functional model Environmental sustainability and the evolution of capitalism From moral imperatives to indicators and indices: a methodology for validating and assessing SDGs An understanding of psychopathological syndromes related to social environments Social research between participation and critical detachment Perspectives for a New Social Theory of Sustainability emphasizes that not only are modernist theories of unlimited wealth and progress no longer supportable, but also that their theoretical and empirical settings must be reassessed if society is to move towards sustainability. It promises to be required reading for students and researchers in sociology, psychology, economics and statistics, as well as professionals within government organizations and NGOs focused on human rights work, global inequities, ethical activism, and the UN Agenda 2030 and its Sustainable Development Goals. "This book provides a unique toolkit for politicians and citizens on sustainable development and how it is fulfilled every day." David Maria SASSOLI European Parliament President
主題 Sustainability
Sustainability. fast (OCoLC)fst01747391
Electronic books
Alt Author Nocenzi, Mariella, editor
Sannella, Alessandra, editor
Giovannini, Enrico, writer of foreword
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