Environmental responsibility and the possibilities of pragmatist-orientated research
Human geographers have explored at some length the discourses and subject positions implicated in the recent rise of 'environmental responsibility'. Assigning it either as an individual disposition enacted in various spaces, a performative othering' tool, and/or a form of ecological governmentality, these debates have said little about the role of research and researchers in encouraging environmental responsibility. Utilising arguments from William James' 'radical empiricism', I argue that...[Show more]
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