Based on involved creative, qualitative work with families in India and the UK who live in different contexts, this book illuminates how environmental practices are negotiated within families, and how they relate to values, identities, and society. It contributes to understanding of the ways in which families and childhood are constructed as sites for intervention in climate change debates.
|Publication date:||27th September 2017|
|Author:||Ann Phoenix, Janet Boddy, Catherine Walker, Uma Vennam|
|Categories:||Sociology: family & relationships,|
Ann Phoenix is Professor of Psychosocial Studies at Thomas Coram Research Unit, Department of Social Sciences, UCL Institute of Education and from 2016-8 is the Erkko Professor at the Helsinki University Collegium for Advanced Studies. Janet Boddy is Professor of Child, Youth and Family Studies in the School of Education and Social Work at the University of Sussex, where she directs the cross-disciplinary Centre for Innovation and Research in Childhood and Youth (CIRCY). Catherine Walker is a Research Associate in Human Geography at the University of Leicester; in 2016, she completed her PhD at the UCL Institute of Education in London. ...More About Ann Phoenix, Janet Boddy, Catherine Walker, Uma Vennam