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Sandy Astrid Medina Valdivia

, religious practices, violence, the environment, and more. Interested contributors should go to the World Family Portrait link at where texts and photographs can be uploaded along with basic information such as contributor name

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Mark C. J. Stoddart and Paula Graham

of the tourism industry, which signals a shift toward “attractive development” ( Luke 2002 ), relies heavily on images of natural environments and emphasizes activities like viewing whales or icebergs. Attractive development re-imagines rural

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Crafting Future Selves

Time-Tricking and the Limits of Temporal Play in Children’s Online Film-Making

Espen Helgesen

games, creating and sharing videos, and hanging out with friends and strangers. In Norway, where more than 95 per cent of the population can access the internet from home ( Vaage 2014: 80 ), many children participate in online environments from an

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Amani C. Morrison

In 1970, Nathan Hare termed the ongoing relationship Black people in the United States have with the environment and their investments in the maintenance thereof as Black ecology. He highlighted the focus on white recreational space present in the

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What Does It Mean to Be an Ecological Filmmaker?

Knut Erik Jensen’s Work as Eco-Auteur

Mette Hjort

environment and further makes reference to the extent to which filmmakers’ ecological goals are actually realized. The focus is thus on practitioner’s agency, on the self-understandings, aspirations, and decision making that inform practice. In everyday

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Methodology Matters in Iran

Researching Social Movements in Authoritarian Contexts

Paola Rivetti

researchers’ awareness of their own positionality in the field but may also reveal aspects of the topic researched that would otherwise remain concealed to ‘external’ eyes. This is particularly relevant when it comes to challenging environments such as Iran

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Environmental Configurations

When the River Zayandeh Rud Stopped Crossing Isfahan

Sahar Faeghi and Sophie Roche

The natural environment has been at the centre of discussions in various disciplines. Whereas the natural environment in popular understanding is external to the individual, something one can act upon, the focus in social anthropology has been on

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Hubert Wierciński

2011 ; Włodarczyk 2001 ). Others have explored the notion of standardisation, establishing relations of power and ways of acting within the biomedical environment ( Bludau 2014 ; Laviolette 2009 ). Yet doctors, as Eliane Riska and Aurelija

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Pollution and Toxicity: Cultivating Ecological Practices for Troubled Times

Josh Fisher, Mary Mostafanezhad, Alex Nading, and Sarah Marie Wiebe

necessarily prompts efforts to “organize” the environment. Anthropologists, geographers, and other social scientists have since pushed the conversation forward by inquiring into the materiality of pollution, the toxicity that manifests in situated encounters

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Na Li

environmental history in 2010 and 2013. The discussions covered a range of issues, including historical interpretation ( Hou 2013 ), population and land use, water resource management, social and economic impacts on the environment ( Zou 2010 ), environmental