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Ecologism: Towards Ecological Citizenship (Concepts in Social Thought) Hardcover – November, 1998

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"Jane Johnston also communicates a sense of effervescent enthusiasm for teaching and science and her treatment is comprehensive." - Times Educational Supplement "The ideas and recommendations, based on considerable classroom experience, make this book a valuable aid to students and reflective years' practitioners." - Primary Science Review "...a useful addition to the bookshelves of teachers." - Australian Science Teachers Journal "At last! A serious attempt to explore the scientificpotential of infant and pre-school children...will start you thinking about science in a much more positive light." - Child Education "This 'user friendly' book isrecommended for student teachers, teachers, and parents who are interested in interesting, rewarding and challenging lessons for children in science and technology education." - Science andChildren --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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Mark J. Smith is Lecturer in Social Sciences at the Open University. He previously taught at the University of Sussex and has held Visiting Lectureships in Social Theory at Queen's University (Canada) and Cultural and Critical Theory at the University of Brighton. He teaches and researches in the philosophy of the social sciences, ecology, social and political theory, cultural politics, critical theory and sociology. His recent works include Social Science in Question (1998), Situating Hayek (1998) and Green Thinking: Classic and Contemporary Readings (forthcoming 1998). --This text refers to the Paperback edition.

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