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Book ID:  095580
Snajdr, Edward

Nature Protests. The End of Ecology in Slovakia. 2008. (Culture, Place and Nature. Studies in Anthropology and Environment). 22 figs. XIII, 242 p. gr8vo. Hardcover.
Through ethnographic interviews and archival materials, Edward Snajdr explains why Slovakia's ecology movement, so strong under socialism, fell apart so rapidly despite the persistence of serious environmental problems in the region. Synthesizing theory in anthropology and political ecology, he suggests that the fate of environmentalism in Slovakia marks the beginning of a global post-ecological age, where nature is culturally maginalized in new ways. In addition to its significance for policy makers, this book will be a valuable resource for anthropologists, sociologists, political ecologists, and scholars of East European and post-Soviet studies.
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