Dr. Shannon Elizabeth Bell describes how she became involved in environmental sociology while working in Appalachia and seeing the health effects of the coal industry. She explains the gender and power relations in Appalachia and in the environmental justice movement overall. Bell also highlights the high incidence of activism among environmental sociologists.
Shannon Elizabeth Bell Discusses Environmental Sociology
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