Cultural Studies and Environmentalism

The Confluence of EcoJustice, Place-based (Science) Education, and Indigenous Knowledge Systems

ISBN: 978-90-481-3928-6 (Print) 978-90-481-3929-3 (Online)

Table of contents (39 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxviii

  2. EcoJustice

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      Pages 5-5

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      The Need for Confluence: Why a “River” Runs Through It

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      Pages 7-10

      Nurturing Morally Defensible Environmentalism

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      Pages 11-27

      EcoJustice Education for Science Educators

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      Pages 29-41

      Toward Awakening Consciousness: A Response to EcoJustice Education and Science Education

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      Pages 43-49

      Invoking the Sacred: Reflections on the Implications of EcoJustice for Science Education

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      Pages 51-82

      Local Matters, EcoJustice, and Community

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      Pages 83-104

      Engaging the Environment: Relationships of Demography, EcoJustice, and Science Teacher Education in Response to Wolff-Michael Roth

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      Pages 105-128

      Moral–Ethical Character and Science Education: EcoJustice Ethics Through Socioscientific Issues (SSI)

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      Pages 129-136

      What’s Wrong with Genetic Engineering? Ethics, Socioscientific Issues, and Education

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      Pages 137-149

      Action-Based Science Instruction: Service-Learning, Stewardship, and Civic Involvement

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      Pages 151-164

      Developing a Sustainable Agricultural Curriculum in Malawi: Reconciling a Colonial Legacy with Indigenous Knowledge and Practices

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      Pages 165-170

      When Elephants Fight, It Is the Grass That Suffers

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      Pages 171-179

      Working for Change: Reflections on the Issue of Sustainability and Social Change

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      Pages 181-184

      Questions for Copenhagen: EcoJustice Perspectives and Summary

  3. Place-Based (Science) Education

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      Pages 185-185

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      Pages 187-191

      Place-Based (Science) Education: Something Is Happening Here

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      Pages 193-214

      Educating-Within-Place: Care, Citizen Science, and EcoJustice

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      Pages 215-228

      Invoking the Ontological Realm of Place: A Dialogic Response

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      Pages 229-246

      A Case Study of David, a Native Hawaiian Science Teacher: Cultural Historical Activity Theory and Implications for Teacher Education

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      Pages 247-256

      Deconstructing Chinn and Hana’ike: Pedagogy Through an Indigenous Lens

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      Pages 257-268

      Critical Pedagogy of Place: A Framework for Understanding Relationships Between People in (Contested) Shared Places

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