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Schnaiberg's Treadmill of Production theory stands as a cornerstone in environmental sociology, leaving an indelible mark over three decades. Its elaboration and empirical testing have rendered it a reliable predictor of political-economic shifts on a global scale. Particularly in the global South, it holds a central position in the studies of structural environmental analysts, serving as a driving force for various political-economic movements.
This new Treadmill of Production book takes the treadmill theory a step further, illuminating why both analysts and governments in the Northern hemisphere have faltered in safeguarding our environment and guaranteeing a sustainable future. Drawing from an empirically grounded political-economic perspective, the authors dissect the root causes of environmental degradation, expose the limitations of existing protection policies, and shed light on the shortcomings of institutional decision-makers in upholding human well-being.
Authored by Kenneth A. Gould, David N. Pellow, and Allan Schnaiberg, this work presents an insightful analysis that challenges prevailing paradigms and advocates for a more comprehensive approach to environmental preservation. Published by Taylor & Francis Ltd, this first edition, released on July 30, 2008, encompasses 160 pages in paperback format with dimensions of 13.79 x 0.94 x 21.59 cm. Another hardcover edition was released on May 30, 2008, with the same page count and dimensions of 14.61 x 1.91 x 21.59 cm.
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