Environmental Sociology 2 (1/4): 5 Different Blames for Environmental Degradation

Environmental Sociology 2 (1/4): 5 Different Blames for Environmental Degradation

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Environmental Sociology 2 (1/4): 5 Different Blames for Environmental Degradation

WHO: I am Dr. Mark D. Whitaker (Ph.D., Sociology; University of Wisconsin-Madison), from a university known for its concentration of environmental sociologists. My interests are environmental sociology, comparative history, the organizational causes of environmental degradation, and sustainability strategies.


WHAT: This is a free seven part video lecture series on Environmental Sociology.


WHERE and WHEN: It was taped at Kookmin University, in Seoul, Korea, during Spring 2011.


WHY: First, I make this available to popularize environmental sociology, since the topic is a rare subject of research and hardly known to the general public. There are seldom videos providing free information on this, so here is one: enjoy a free college class in introductory environmental sociology...

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