ECOFEMINISM, HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT PARTICIPATION IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, 1998–2007: “WOMEN ALWAYS CLEAN UP THE MESS”

@article{Stoddart2011ECOFEMINISMHM,
  title={ECOFEMINISM, HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL MOVEMENT PARTICIPATION IN BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA, 1998–2007: “WOMEN ALWAYS CLEAN UP THE MESS”},
  author={Mark C. J. Stoddart and D. Tindall},
  journal={Sociological Spectrum},
  year={2011},
  volume={31},
  pages={342 - 368}
}
This article draws upon two waves of interviews with environmental movement members in British Columbia, Canada, in order to examine participants' interpretations of the relationship between gender and environmental politics. Four claims emerge from this analysis. First, our results support the notion that there is an affinity between environmental politics and feminism. Second, despite recent critiques of ecomaternalism and the dual subjugation of nature and women within ecofeminism, these… Expand
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