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Social Learning Towards a Sustainable World.
Principles, perspectives and praxis.
Wageningen (NL)
This comprehensive volume - containing 27 chapters and contributions from six continents - presents and discusses key principles, perspectives, and practices of social learning in the context of sustainability. Social learning is explored from a range of fields challenged by sustainability including: organizational learning, environmental management and corporate social responsibility; multi-stakeholder governance; education, learning and educational psychology; multiple land-use and integrated rural development; and consumerism and critical consumer education. An entire section of the book is devoted to a number of reflective case studies of people, organizations and communities using forms of social learning in moving towards sustainability.′This book brings together a range of ideas, stories, and discussions about purposeful learning in communities aimed at creating a world that is more sustainable than the one currently in prospect. …The book is designed to expand the network of conversations through which our society can confront various perspectives, discover emerging patterns, and apply learning to a variety of emotional and social contexts.′ From the Foreword by Fritjof Capra, co-founder of the Center of Ecoliteracy.′Joining what is so clear and refreshing in this book with the larger movements toward a critically democratic and activist education that is worthy of its name, is but one step in the struggle for sustainability. But it is an essential step if we are to use the insights that are included in this book.′ From the Afterword by Michael Apple, author of ′Educating the ″Right″ Way: Markets, Standards, God, and Inequality′.
Inhaltsverzeichnis :

Fritjof Capra

Arjen E. J. Wals and Tore van der Leij


Chapter 1: Minding the gap: The role of social learning in linking our stated desire for a more sustainable world to our everyday actions and policies
Harold Glasser

Chapter 2: Riding the storm: towards a connective cultural consciousness
Stephen Sterling

Chapter 3: The practical value of theory: Conceptualising learning in the pursuit of a sustainable development
Anne Loeber, Barbara van Mierlo, John Grin and Cees Leeuwis

Chapter 4: Social learning revisited: Lessons learned from North and South
Danny Wildemeersch

Chapter 5: Learning based change for sustainability: Perspectives and pathways
Daniella Tilbury

Chapter 6: The critical role of civil society in fostering societal learning for a sustainable world
Richard Bawden, Irene Guijt and Jim Woodhill

Chapter 7: From risk to resilience: What role for community greening and civic ecology in cities?
Keith G. Tidball and Marianne E. Krasny

Chapter 8: Reaching into the holomovement: A Bohmian perspective on social learning for sustainability
David Selby

Chapter 9: Towards sustainability: Five strands of social learning
Robert Dyball, Valerie A. Brown and Meg Keen


Chapter 10: Participatory planning in protected areas: Exploring the social-science contribution
Joke Vandenabeele and Lieve Goorden

Chapter 11: Social learning amongst social and environmental standardsetting organizations: The case of smallholder certification in the SASA project
Rhiannon Pyburn

Chapter 12: Social learning processes and sustainable development: The emergence and transformation of an indigenous land use system in the Andes of Bolivia
Stephan Rist, Freddy Delgado and Urs Wiesmann

Chapter 13: From centre of excellence to centre of expertise: Regional centres of expertise on education for sustainable development
Zinaida Fadeeva

Chapter 14: Learning about corporate social responsibility from a sustainable development perspective: A Dutch experiment
Jacqueline Cramer and Anne Loeber

Chapter 15: Social learning for sustainable development: embracing technical and cultural change as originally inspired by The Natural Step
Hilary Bradbury

Chapter 16: Corporate social responsibility: Towards a new dialogue?
Peter Lund-Thomsen

Chapter 17: Social learning as action inquiry: Exploring education for sustainable societies
Paul Hart

Chapter 18: Social learning and resistance: Towards contingent agency
Marcia McKenzie

Chapter 19: Sustainability through vicarious learning: Reframing
consumer education
Sue McGregor

Chapter 20: Social learning for sustainability in a consumerist society
C.S.A. (Kris) van Koppen


Chapter 21: Partnerships between environmentalists and farmers for sustainable development: A case of Kabukuri-numa and the adjacent rice fields in the town of Tajiri in Northern Japan
Yoko Mochizuki

Chapter 22: Social learning in the STRAW project
Michael K. Stone and Zenobia Barlow

Chapter 23: Social learning in situations of competing claims on water use
Janice Jiggins, Niels Röling and Erik van Slobbe

Chapter 24: Exploring learning interactions arising in school-incommunity contexts of socio-ecological risk
Rob O′Donoghue, Heila Lotz-Sisitka, Robert Asafo-Adjei, Lutho Kota and Nosipho Hanisi

Chapter 25: Professional ignorance and unprofessional experts:
Experiences of how small-scale vanilla farmers in Uganda learn to produce for export
Paul Kibwika

Chapter 26: Multi-level social learning around local seed in Andean
Marleen Willemsen, Julio Beingolea Ochoa and Conny Almekinders

Chapter 27: Learning and living with the Earth Charter
Michael C. Slaby, Brandon P. Hollingshead and Peter Blaze Corcoran

Epilogue: Creating networks of conversations
Arjen E.J. Wals

Michael W. Apple

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