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Marginal Note to Colin Campbell’s Interview
Author/s:  Marco Castrignanò 
Year:  2012 Issue: 99 Language: Italian 
Pages:  6 Pg. 44-49 FullText PDF:  67 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SUR2012-099005
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The author focuses on the sociological implications on environmental sustainability in order to find a path to the individuation of characterizing aspects of a sustainability sociology that must be declined in ecological and environmental terms. In particular, the subjectobject cognitive dualism in constructivism is considered in a "rehabilitation of the natural" perspective where the dependence of men on nature is acknowledged. The importance of the debate on "well-being without growth" and "happiness beyond GDP" is also stressed as well as their connections to glocalism and re-localization. Finally, a reflection on community and neighborhood in an urban compaction perspective is made as well as a reflection on the need to think about the limits of a bottom-up approach to environmental sustainability, where a key to the reading and analysis that is also normative and systemic must be recovered.
Keywords: Environmental Sustainability, Community, Participation, Global Society, Glocalism, System.

Marco Castrignanò, Marginal Note to Colin Campbell’s Interview in "SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE" 99/2012, pp. 44-49, DOI:10.3280/SUR2012-099005


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