International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 4, Issue 12, Part F (2018)
New directions and research trends in environmental sociology
Environmental sociology has become a mature field within the discipline of sociology. We consider a few of the key speculations that characterize the center and limits of the field, pointing out discussions and uncertain inquiries. We fight that two of the characterizing highlights of this field are (a) regard for the inseparability of human and nonhuman qualities and (b) consideration regarding the job that force and social imbalance play in molding human/nonhuman connections. These two qualities of environmental sociology likewise uncover solid connections between this field and the more extensive control, considering ongoing reevaluations of old style sociological compositions. We finish up with a thought of new bearings environmental sociologists may take toward building a considerably more vigorous, interdisciplinary, and basic territory of study.
How to cite this article:
Rajeev Rai. New directions and research trends in environmental sociology. Int J Appl Res 2018;4(12):455-459.