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  • Globalizing responsibility : the political rationalities of ethical consumption
  • Behaviour ; Consumer behaviour ; Consumption ; Ethics ; Globalization ; Governmentality ; Neo liberalism ; Social network ; Social theory
  • This book presents a reinterpretation of the forces that have shaped the remarkable growth of ethical consumption in the United Kingdom and elsewhere in developed economies. It develops new ideas to shape understanding of the pragmatic nature
  • of ethical action in the consumption process; provides empirical research on consumers, social networks and campaigns; and locates ethical consumption within social theoretical debates on neoliberalism, governmentality, and globalization. - (HC)
  • The ethics of place and environmental change : some examples from the South Pacific
  • Environment ; Ethics ; Ideology ; Pacific Region ; Place ; Semiotics of space ; Society ; South Pacific Ocean ; Space
  • This paper concerns place and placelessness, and suggests links between those two and types of environmental ethic. An historical analysis of place based ethics and environmental degradation draws on examples from the Pacific basin. Finally
  • , relationships between environmental ethics and traditional patterns of resource exploitation are proposed for several island societies.
  • Rationality, ethics, and space : on situated universalism and the self-interested acknowledgement of difference
  • Behaviour ; Community ; Ethics ; Post-modernism ; Rationality ; Social geography ; Space
  • Developing a geographers' agenda for online research ethics
  • Ethics ; Governance ; Internet ; Research
  • Deliver us from evil ? Prospects for living ethically and acting politically in human geography
  • Ethics ; Human geography ; Philosophy ; Social theory ; Value system
  • An event of geographical ethics in spaces of affect
  • Epistemology ; Ethics
  • Geopolitics, ethics, and the evangelicals' commitment to Sudan
  • Conflict ; Cultural studies ; Decision making process ; Ethics ; Geopolitics ; Humanitarian aid ; Power ; Religion ; Sudan
  • The paper focuses on geopolitical civil society, emphasizing the role that rationalized norms and emotive care-ethics play in molding and facilitating certain forms of geographical knowledge and subsequent foreign interventions. The focus
  • is on American evangelical actors and their specific geopolitical vision, which is largely based on the perceived universal authority of the Bible. The paper also traces the emergence of an ethics of care that has developed within evangelical circles regarding
  • Exploring the ethical everyday : an ethnography of the ethics of family consumption
  • Consumption ; Ethics ; Ethnography ; Family ; Health ; North-West England ; Research technique ; United Kingdom
  • Ethical issues in interviewing as a research method in human geography
  • The establishment of ethics procedures in Australian universities forces most interview-based studies into an empirical-realist framework of scientific enquiry. Ethic procedures generally fail to cope with issues of power and gender relations
  • in interviewing and with issues of representing others through language. Interviews with lone fathers are used to exemplify some of the ethical issues in the use of interviewing as a research method.
  • Smallholding, hobby-farming, and commercial farming : ethical identities and the production of farming spaces
  • Agriculture ; Cultural studies ; Ethics ; Farmer ; Identity ; Production of space ; United Kingdom
  • The paper explores the production of farming identities and spaces, focusing especially on the relational construction of situated ethical identities. Using three case studies drawn from research with very small-scale farmers, the A. examines
  • processes of identification, drawing on ideas which suggest the importance of encounter, farming discourse, physical relation and heterogeneous association in the emergence of ethical identity in specific farming situations and places.
  • Consuming ethics : articulating the subjects and spaces of ethical consumption
  • Behaviour ; Consumer behaviour ; Consumption ; Ethics ; Motivation ; Policy
  • Feminist knowledge and ethical concerns : towards a geography of situated ethics
  • Epistemology ; Ethics ; Feminism ; Knowledge ; Practice of geography ; Research ; Woman
  • Transparency and social action in certified and ethical commodity networks. Themed issue
  • Certification ; Commodification ; Consumption ; Environmental management ; Ethics ; Fair trade ; Food ; Food industry chain ; Food product ; Network ; Participation ; Sustainable development
  • The nine papers hold in common an appreciation for the manner in which ethical commodities are rooted in, nurtured, and challenged by the dreams, cares, and workaday lives of commodity-chain participants. The goal for this project is to contribute
  • to debates vis-à-vis the possibilities and limitations of ethical commodities as a vehicle for ethical action. Ethnographies attentive to the nuances of institutional embeddedness and open to the broader implications of ethical consumption are seeked
  • Sticky lives : slugs, detachment and more-than-human ethics in the garden
  • England ; Ethics ; Garden ; Human ecology ; London ; Relations between human and animal bodies ; Space ; United Kingdom
  • This article examines slugs, detachment and more-than-human ethics in the garden in London, England. First, it describes how slugs and gardeners are ‘sticky’: joined together by shared histories, curiosity and disgust. It then shifts to examine how
  • -than-human ethics. In conclusion the paper argues for looser mappings of relationality and ethics that attend more fully to the distance between species.
  • Globalising the consumer : doing politics in an ethical register
  • Behaviour ; Citizenship ; Consumption ; Ethics ; Globalization ; Liberalism ; Organization ; United Kingdom
  • Poststructuralist ethics : subjectivity, responsibility and the space of community
  • Community ; Ethics ; Human geography ; Philosophy ; Policy ; Post-modernism ; Space
  • Ethics, space, and somatic sensibilities : comparing relationships between scientific researchers and their human and animal experimental subjects
  • Bioethics ; Ethics ; Human body ; Relations between human and animal bodies ; Social sciences ; Somatic sensibility ; Space ; Well-being
  • the implications of the differentiation between human and animal bodies in ethical and welfare protocols and practices.
  • Contributing to global change science : the ethics, obligations and opportunities of working with palaeoenvironmental databases
  • Climate ; Climatic variation ; Data base ; Ethics ; Global change ; Holocene ; Model ; Palaeo-environment ; Palaeoclimate
  • necessarily be available in the form of large-scale data syntheses. International database activities have made the construction of several large-scale syntheses possible. Nevertheless, practical and ethical difficulties continue to hamper the creation
  • Ethics an environmental sciences
  • Fairness and ethicality in their place : the regional dynamics of fair trade and ethical sourcing agendas in the plantation districts of South India : Ethical foodscapes?: premises, promises, and possibilities
  • Ethical foodscapes ? : premises, promises and possibilities
  • Agriculture ; Cultivated plants ; Ethics ; Fair trade ; Globalization ; India ; Karnataka ; Kerala ; Peasantry ; Plantation ; Rural economy ; Tamil Nadu ; Traditional agriculture