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Constructing civil society in Japan: voices of environmental movements

Author: Hasegawa, Koichi Corporate author: Tohoku University Center for the Study of Social Stratification and Inequality Series: Stratification and inequality series ; 3 Publisher: Trans Pacific, 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 312 p. : Graphs/Maps ; 21 cm.ISBN: 187684373XType of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Print GE195.42 .J3 H37 2004
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Constructing Civil Society in Japan Voices of Environmental Movements Contents Tables Figures Acknowledgements Preface to the English edition Part I: The principles and issues of environmental sociology 1 Perspectives of environmental sociology: The issues of the second stage 2 Sociology of environmental issues: A look at the downstream side Part II: The sociology of environmental movements vi vi vii ix 3 20 35 3 Environmental issues and movements 37 4 Motivating and mobilizing the environmental movements 58 5 Researching and developing environmental movements 70 6 The environmental movements and policy research 88 7 Anti-pollution lawsuits in the public sphere 102 8 Anti-nuclear power movements as new social movements 128 9 Regional referendums: Community responses to nuclear facilities147 10 The dynamics of social movements and official policies: Green electricity 174 11 Civil society and the new public sphere 199 12 Environmental movements and the new public sphere 217 13 Transforming the Citizens' Sector 239 Conclusion: Towards a vibrant civil society Notes Bibliography Name index Subject index 252 263 277 300 303

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