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A Visual Approach for Green Criminology : Exploring the Social Perception of Environmental Harm.

By: Natali, Lorenzo.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Palgrave Studies in Green Criminology: Publisher: London : Palgrave Macmillan Limited, 2016Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (146 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781137546685.Subject(s): Critical criminologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: A Visual Approach for Green Criminology : Exploring the Social Perception of Environmental HarmDDC classification: 364.145 LOC classification: HV6001-7220.5Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
"A Visual Approach for Green Criminology" -- "Preface" -- "Acknowledgements" -- "Contents" -- "List of Figures" -- "1 Green Criminology with Eyes Wide Open" -- "A New Green Criminological Path: An Explorative Attitude" -- "Green Cultural Criminology and Visual Approaches: A Way In" -- "Visual Criminology, Environmental Issues and Photo Elicitation" -- "“Let’s Keep Our Feet on the Ground, Instead of Building Castles in the Air and Dreaming”" -- "Elephants on the Move: Criminology and the Socio-natural Worlds of Late Modern Society" -- "Notes" -- "2 A Case of Organic Relationship between City and Contamination" -- "Where to Start?" -- "The Theoretical Framework: Greening Radical Interactionism" -- "A Situation of Organized Irresponsibility" -- "The “Lighted Scene”: The Multiple Perspectives of Environmental Victims" -- "Taking Radical Steps" -- "Complex Angles around the Horizon: Empirical Research in the Green Field" -- "To Introduce a Metaphor into the Conversation: The Big Grey Elephants in the Backyard of Huelva" -- "Notes" -- "3 Ways of Looking at the Elephant in the Room: A First Visual Exploration" -- "How to Direct the research: How to Pilot a Hot Air Balloon" -- "Intermezzo: A Cubist Approach" -- "How to Operate in the Field: A First Visual Exploration" -- "Field Notes: The Research Diary" -- "Notes" -- "4 Ways of Seeing the Elephant in the Room: Images and Words" -- "Second Step in the Visual Explorative Phase: How to Navigate the Space of the Image?" -- "The Photographic Collage Proposed in the Photo Elicitation Interview" -- "The Complexity in the Fragments: Some Examples" -- "Looking at the Old Photograph of the Beach of Punta del Sebo. Before and After: Transformation of a Territory and Collective Memory" -- "Looking at an Image and a Sentence of Greenwashing: From Indignation to Defence".
"Faced with the Images of Conflict: Work versus Health and Environment—An Inevitable Dichotomy?" -- "Beyond the Visible Through the Visible. On Environmental Perceptions, Denial and Time-Scape" -- "Again Beyond the Visible: Differential Victimization and the Experience of Environmental Injustice" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "5 What Do You Mean When You Show and Say This? Where Does It Take You?" -- "What We Can Learn from the Ethnographic Study of a Single Case Study" -- "“Folk green criminology” and Images" -- "Notes" -- "6 Imaging Visual Methods for Green Criminology" -- "Towards New Theoretical and Methodological Sensibilities" -- "The Image as a Heuristic Tool for Criminological Research in the Environmental Field" -- "For a Green Criminology with Images" -- "Dilemmas and Paradoxes in the Use of Images" -- "Visual Listening and “respect” for the Social Reality Investigated" -- "Notes" -- "7 Conclusion: A Possible Way Out" -- "The Expansion of Criminological Imagination: A Wooded Nature" -- "The Construction of a Gaze" -- "How to Imagine a Visual Green Criminologist" -- "Starting New Transformative Journeys in Green Criminological Imagination" -- "The Images That Hold Us to Ransom: A Way Out" -- "Notes" -- "Bibliography".
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"A Visual Approach for Green Criminology" -- "Preface" -- "Acknowledgements" -- "Contents" -- "List of Figures" -- "1 Green Criminology with Eyes Wide Open" -- "A New Green Criminological Path: An Explorative Attitude" -- "Green Cultural Criminology and Visual Approaches: A Way In" -- "Visual Criminology, Environmental Issues and Photo Elicitation" -- "“Let’s Keep Our Feet on the Ground, Instead of Building Castles in the Air and Dreaming”" -- "Elephants on the Move: Criminology and the Socio-natural Worlds of Late Modern Society" -- "Notes" -- "2 A Case of Organic Relationship between City and Contamination" -- "Where to Start?" -- "The Theoretical Framework: Greening Radical Interactionism" -- "A Situation of Organized Irresponsibility" -- "The “Lighted Scene”: The Multiple Perspectives of Environmental Victims" -- "Taking Radical Steps" -- "Complex Angles around the Horizon: Empirical Research in the Green Field" -- "To Introduce a Metaphor into the Conversation: The Big Grey Elephants in the Backyard of Huelva" -- "Notes" -- "3 Ways of Looking at the Elephant in the Room: A First Visual Exploration" -- "How to Direct the research: How to Pilot a Hot Air Balloon" -- "Intermezzo: A Cubist Approach" -- "How to Operate in the Field: A First Visual Exploration" -- "Field Notes: The Research Diary" -- "Notes" -- "4 Ways of Seeing the Elephant in the Room: Images and Words" -- "Second Step in the Visual Explorative Phase: How to Navigate the Space of the Image?" -- "The Photographic Collage Proposed in the Photo Elicitation Interview" -- "The Complexity in the Fragments: Some Examples" -- "Looking at the Old Photograph of the Beach of Punta del Sebo. Before and After: Transformation of a Territory and Collective Memory" -- "Looking at an Image and a Sentence of Greenwashing: From Indignation to Defence".

"Faced with the Images of Conflict: Work versus Health and Environment—An Inevitable Dichotomy?" -- "Beyond the Visible Through the Visible. On Environmental Perceptions, Denial and Time-Scape" -- "Again Beyond the Visible: Differential Victimization and the Experience of Environmental Injustice" -- "Conclusion" -- "Notes" -- "5 What Do You Mean When You Show and Say This? Where Does It Take You?" -- "What We Can Learn from the Ethnographic Study of a Single Case Study" -- "“Folk green criminology” and Images" -- "Notes" -- "6 Imaging Visual Methods for Green Criminology" -- "Towards New Theoretical and Methodological Sensibilities" -- "The Image as a Heuristic Tool for Criminological Research in the Environmental Field" -- "For a Green Criminology with Images" -- "Dilemmas and Paradoxes in the Use of Images" -- "Visual Listening and “respect” for the Social Reality Investigated" -- "Notes" -- "7 Conclusion: A Possible Way Out" -- "The Expansion of Criminological Imagination: A Wooded Nature" -- "The Construction of a Gaze" -- "How to Imagine a Visual Green Criminologist" -- "Starting New Transformative Journeys in Green Criminological Imagination" -- "The Images That Hold Us to Ransom: A Way Out" -- "Notes" -- "Bibliography".

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