|Title||Research Methods in Environmental Law: A Handbook|
This timely Handbook brings together a collection of innovative interdisciplinary approaches to explore the use of research methods in environmental law. With chapters on topics ranging from sustainability, climate change and activism to education, Actor Network Theory and non-human ontologies, this Handbook provides a theoretically informed analysis of methodological approaches to this important field.
This Handbook is a key addition to the existing literature and provides an invaluable contribution to practical critique and re-imagining of Environmental Law. It will be a crucial toolkit for graduate students and researchers in the field of environmental law wishing to explore critical approaches
|Keywords||Environmental Law; Anthropocene; Research Methods;|
|Published||24 Nov 2017|
|Place of publication||Gloucester, UK; Northampton, USA|