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Professor White Publishes Book Chapter on Sustainability and Public Policy

Professor Charles White wrote a chapter for a new book entitled Sustainability, Growth, and Globalization: A Social Science Perspective (Information Age Publishing, 2013). The book was edited by James E. Davis, Executive Director of the Social Science Education Consortium, and Richard A. Diem of the University of Texas – San Antonio.

Each chapter focuses on sustainability through a particular social science. Professor White examined the issue through the lens of political science in his chapter “Sustainability in the Arenas of Power: An Exploration of Public Policy.”

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