The Geo-Ecological Turn in Sociology and its Implications for the Sociology of the Arts

@article{Holt2022TheGT,
  title={The Geo-Ecological Turn in Sociology and its Implications for the Sociology of the Arts},
  author={Fabian Holt},
  journal={Cultural Sociology},
  year={2022}
}
  • F. Holt
  • Published 21 April 2022
  • Sociology
  • Cultural Sociology
Accelerating climate change has set in motion a broad change in beliefs about human life that is affecting the social sciences and humanities (SSH). A deeper understanding of the social causes and consequences of climate change is evolving in sociology, yet some of the discipline’s subfields have not responded to climate change. Is this because climate change is perceived to be irrelevant or are scholars suppressing new beliefs that could disrupt the norms of their field? The sociology of the… 

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