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For decades, disaster research and environmental sociology have proceeded more or less on parallel tracks, with little overlap between the two research communities. The work of William Freudenburg is an exception. This paper focuses on Freudenburg’s contributions in two areas: theorizing...
William Freudenburg’s double diversion framework, describing tandem political processes of privileged access and privileged accounts, has been receiving growing attention in environmental sociology and environmental studies more broadly, warranting a close look at the evolutionary development of...
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