Professor White Writes Chapter for New Book on Sustainability

Professor Charles White has written a new chapter for the book Sustainability, Growth, and Globalization: A Social Science Perspective. White’s chapter is entitled “Sustainability in the Arenas of Power: An Exploration of Public Policy.”

The book, Sustainability, Growth, and Globalization: A Social Science Perspective, is a compilation of essays written by various educators and professionals working in the social science fields, edited by James E. Davis, Executive Director of the Social Science Education Consortium and Richard A. Diem, The University of Texas at San Antonio. Sustainability, Growth, and Globalization: A Social Science Perspective is published by Information Age Publishing (IAP). The book is a volume in International Social Studies Forum: The Series.

Below is a short description of the book:

Over the past decade the notion of sustainability has emerged as a precept that has been applied to government, commerce, the environment and technology. This volume will discuss how sustainability is reflected in economics, political science and geography through the lens of socio-economic change and globalization through theoretical and real world perspectives.

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