martes, 24 de junio de 2014
miércoles, 18 de junio de 2014
Christchurch, Chernobyl (nuclearculture vs. wildest culture, Detroit (http://www.publico.es/internacional/207519/el-declive-terminal-de-la-ciudad-de-detroit) are but some concrete examples of the disaster society we are living today, the global society of this century is the global disaster society, learning through the practice of living a disaster here, a disaster there...
The pandemia of disasters we are going to live with, is a learning process in the urgency, of accomodating and reaccomodating seven thousands human bodies across 13.4 miles de millones de hectáreas or
Global hectare (the biocapacity of the planet)
What we have in front is a global theatre of survival, that possitive sciences translate as "SUPERVIVAL", AS SUPERVIVENCIA versus sobrevivencia)
The central idea of next times in these areas is reconstruction and renovation.
If hard capitalism is going to increase definitely their power for destroing, and not thie rpower for regenerating a lost civilization, we need to be prepared for living in a tablero de ajedrez where each square is "safe" today but tomorrow may be not safe...
The recent discoveries (how many years after "el nombre de la rosa?) of laugh science, maybe is going to close the obscurity times previous to day.
Possitive ecology os taking smile-and-lagh-sciences to re imprinting "hard sciences" with this good humour and hope
Originally "positive ecology," now "the ecology of happiness," has been what I've been trying to work on and towards for over a decade now... (It's found a recent home at http://www.beyond-eco.org). And yes, there is still a need for that, and not just in positive sentiments/visions but also, maybe even more so, in positive practices. First of all, I'd say, because we need to appeal to the love of people lest environmentalism remains mired in this position where it's too easily presented as being pro-planet/against-people.
One of the biggest problems, however, remains the search for single and clear solutions and singular approaches to convince everyone. When positive messages become nothing much more than feel-good, they will serve equally as little as when there's nothing but a call for revolution that may attract some, but portray 'green' issues as nothing but oppositional and sacrificial.
Especially informed by eco-anthro, though, I'd really like to see much more work on how we can (and can only, and have so far) live in ways that can go on (are sustainable), create rather than destroy a lot of ecological functioning and biodiversity (Europe without agriculture through Roman and Medieval times would be less ecologically diverse...) - and can be happy, fulfilling.
Lots of work to do, warning (though there's been a lot of that), speaking truth to power (of which there hasn't been quite that much or quite that influential), and also positively visionary and radically better.
On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 5:55 AM, Bradley Walters <email@example.com> wrote:
Monbiot’s work as a public communicator has established him as one of the world’s most influential environmentalist, so it seems oddly misplaced for him to be so self-critical of his past messaging. Monbiot is a master at speaking truth-to-power and most admire and respect him for all the fear-and-loathing he has served-up over the years. I really hope he doesn’t stop doing that. Rewilding some choice spots of England sounds great, but it is not going to keep the fracking rigs from despoiling most of the rest of his fair countryside.The last couple years I have participated in many conversations and public presentations about the risks of shale gas development. There has in fact been much debate within the activist circles here about the need to present a positive, alternative vision for the region based on renewable energy, etc., rather than just focusing on the negatives of fracking. Certainly, some folks respond well to the positive vision stuff, but most people respond and get motivated to take action when they learn and become fearful about the risks to their water and health. That said, this defensive reaction is for most folks born out of a mix of fear AND genuinely positive emotions reflecting a caring for their families and love of their homes and places they live.More generally, fear seems to work particularly well as a motivator where there is a clear and present danger: oil drilling trucks planning next year to sink wells in the neighborhood and the prospects that this might poison the water that comes out of ones’ tap (thank-you Josh Fox for that terrifying image of the tap-water on fire!). But fear seems less effective for most people when it entails a less clear, more existential threat, as is the case with climate change. Then again, fear motivates most of the climate activists I know pretty well, so there are not any clear and firm laws here.Yes, we need to appeal more to positive sentiments like love of place and the natural world. That is certainly something many of us have forgotten how to do or have become ashamed to admit (because it makes one vulnerable) as we make our appeals to care for the state of the world. Experience and greater confidence has led me to often include such positive-personal sentiments when I give public presentations. Clearly, many people respond well to this, viewing it as “speaking from the heart”, etc. The world is also in need of (and may be increasingly ready to embrace) a genuinely positive, progressive vision based on a radical re-think of how we generate energy, etc. But let’s not get too feel-good about all this stuff. The brutal truth can often be the most powerful motivator and those on the front lines do not always have the luxury of indulging in positive visions.Cheers, BradHi- EANTHers may be interested to read this latest article from The Guardian Newspaper by George Monbiot which I think raises several issues relevant to the research and teaching practices of list members.Monbiot argues for a stance that is not tirelessly critical, but which includes positive vision. For me, this relates to the idea of teaching for hope. This was the subject of a very helpful Anthropology News article last year-http://www.anthropology-news.org/index.php/2013/01/10/teaching-for-hope/. Latour's article critiquing critique recently mentioned by Eddie Schmitt is also relevant here. Anyway, one of the problems I have encountered teaching my course Environment, Development, and Disaster, a course influenced by recent experiences relating to the earthquakes in Christchurch, is the problem of overwhelming my students with global (as well as local) environmental problems that make them feel doomed and powerless. It seems the challenge is to ensure students believe they can exercise meaningful agency, and that one way to do this is to include case studies of environmental activist success, ecologically responsible policies and initiatives, and perhaps also practices that demonstrate sustainable use of natural resources and attitudes toward nonhumans. I appreciate too, that another useful strategy is community based projects that involve students in environmental initiatives, something we have discussed on EANTH. I would welcome further suggestions from list members.Another issue that Monbiot raises, one I'm sure will prove contentious, is his claim that pricing nature through notions such as ecosystem services not only replicates the assumptions and practices of an economic system that has tended to ignore ecological impacts, but also that such approaches do not work. I know there is a great deal of expertise in these issues among EANTH members, and again I would welcome responses to Monbiot's dismissal of what we might consider environmental initiatives that operate within the dominant economic paradigm. I guess this raises age-old political questions regarding evolution or revolution, albeit in the context of a global environmental crisis that may be pushing us toward a tipping point that will result in radical, and potentially chaotic change.Anyway, perhaps you will find these environmental opinions appearing in a major national newspaper of interest.all the best, PiersPiers Locke PhDSenior Lecturer in Anthropology and Co-Director New Zealand South Asia CentreDepartment of Sociology and AnthropologyUniversity of CanterburyPrivate Bag 4800Christchurch8140New Zealandinternal phone: 4975Ethnoelephantology: Exploring the intersections of humans and elephants:Staff page:Co-Director, New Zealand South Asia Centre:Member, New Zealand Centre for Human Animal Studies:Fellow, New Zealand India Research InstituteCanterbury Anthropology is a HAU-N.E.T member institution, see: http://www.haujournal.org/index.php/hau/pages/view/hau-netThis email may be confidential and subject to legal privilege, it maynot reflect the views of the University of Canterbury, and it is notguaranteed to be virus free. 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Citado por 365 Artículos relacionados Las 6 versiones Citar Guardar Más Assessing the Potential of Internet Political Participation in the United States A Resource Approach BS Krueger - American Politics Research, 2002 - apr.sagepub.com Abstract An emerging scholarly consensus asserts that patterns of Internet political participation will merely imitate the established patterns of participatory inequality in the United States. Because those from advantaged backgrounds access the medium at higher ... Citado por 194 Artículos relacionados Las 2 versiones Citar Guardar googlecode.com [PDF] Unraveling the effects of the Internet on political participation? CJ Tolbert, RS McNeal - Political Research Quarterly, 2003 - prq.sagepub.com Abstract While a long tradition of research documents the demographic and psychological determinants of political participation, there is also evidence to suggest that changes in communication technology may play an important role in influencing electoral behavior. ... Citado por 368 Artículos relacionados Las 5 versiones Citar Guardar Does Internet use affect engagement? A meta-analysis of research S Boulianne - political communication, 2009 - Taylor & Francis Scholars disagree about the impact of the Internet on civic and political engagement. Some scholars argue that Internet use will contribute to civic decline, whereas other scholars view the Internet as having a role to play in reinvigorating civic life. This article assesses the ... Citado por 279 Artículos relacionados Las 4 versiones Citar Guardar googlecode.com [PDF] Analyzing the representativeness of Internet political participation SJ Best, BS Krueger - Political Behavior, 2005 - Springer Abstract Political participation researchers have developed several evaluative techniques to assess the representativeness of political participation patterns. Yet, while the Internet has become a mainstream avenue for political participation in the United States, current ... Citado por 223 Artículos relacionados Las 8 versiones Citar Guardar lusoli.info [PDF] Online Participation in the UK: Testing a 'Contextualised'Model of Internet Effects1 RK Gibson, W Lusoli, S Ward - The British Journal of Politics & …, 2005 - Wiley Online Library This article offers a new test of the mobilisation thesis of Internet effects on individual political participation using data from an NOP survey of 1,972 UK adults during May 2002. The analysis differs from that of previous studies in that it significantly widens the ... Citado por 214 Artículos relacionados Las 7 versiones Citar Guardar Direct and differential effects of the Internet on political and civic engagement M Xenos, P Moy - Journal of Communication, 2007 - Wiley Online Library Given the significant rise in the number of Americans who turn to the Internet for political information, we examine the effects of these behaviors on political and civic engagement in an evolving media landscape. Specifically, we test hypotheses derived from competing ... Citado por 213 Artículos relacionados Las 4 versiones Citar Guardar Information and political engagement in America: The search for effects of information technology at the individual level B Bimber - Political Research Quarterly, 2001 - prq.sagepub.com Abstract Some aspects of democracy appear more sensitive than others to the availability throughout society of political information. Individual-level political engagement poses a puzzle in this regard. An instrumentalquantitative conception of information that is central ... Citado por 399 Artículos relacionados Las 5 versiones Citar Guardar [LIBRO] Virtual inequality: Beyond the digital divide K Mossberger, CJ Tolbert, M Stansbury - 2003 - books.google.com That there is a" digital divide"--which falls between those who have and can afford the latest in technological tools and those who have neither in our society--is indisputable. Virtual Inequality redefines the issue as it explores the cascades of that divide, which involve ... Citado por 610 Artículos relacionados Las 4 versiones Citar Guardar Más Internet use and civic engagement: A longitudinal analysis MK Jennings, V Zeitner - Public Opinion Quarterly, 2003 - AAPOR Abstract Conclusions about the impact of the Internet on civic engagement have been hampered by the unavailability of before and after measures, a shortage of varied and multiple indicators of attitudes and behaviors regarding engagement, and insufficient ... Citado por 274 Artículos relacionados Las 6 versiones Citar Guardar