New PDF release: A Visual Approach for Green Criminology: Exploring the

By Lorenzo Natali

This booklet brings the visible size of environmental crimes and harms into the sphere of eco-friendly criminology. It exhibits how photographic pictures provides a way for eliciting narratives from those that dwell in polluted parts – describing intimately and from their standpoint what they understand, imagine and think concerning the truth within which they locate themselves residing. Natali makes the argument for constructing a visible technique for eco-friendly criminology, with a unmarried case-study as its valuable concentration, revealing the significance of utilizing photograph elicitation to understand and improve the reflexive and lively function of social actors within the symbolic and social development in their environmental studies. analyzing the a number of interactions among the photographs and the phrases used to explain the socio-environmental worlds during which we are living, this ebook is a decision to open the eyes of eco-friendly criminology to wider and richer explorations of environmental harms and crimes. An leading edge and fascinating learn, this article is going to be of specific curiosity to students of environmental crime and cultural, eco-friendly and visible criminologies.

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At the same time, my proposal is clearly located within the theoretical horizon of symbolic interactionism (Mead 1963 [1934]; Blumer 1969; Natali 2013a)—particularly, in the renewed version known as “radical interactionism” (Athens 2002, 2007, 2013, 2015; Natali 2015a). In a nutshell, the profiles that characterize this orientation are the following: • processual and evolving character of the social world, of the Self and of the interpretative processes involved (see also Becker 1998); • social actors operate towards things on the basis of the meaning they have for them (Blumer 1969); • meaning emerges from social interaction and is constantly transformed by the interpretations of the social actors (reflexivity and “self-indication” process) (Blumer 1969); • Mead’s “generalized other” is replaced by the notion of “phantom community” that allows one to better account for the multiplicity of points of view, even conflicting, that inhabit our Self in today’s society (Athens 1994)2; and • to the notion of sociality is added that of domination, which helps one to make visible the assumptions of superordinate role and subordinate role operating within social interactions (Athens 2002).

This is also why it seems useful to quote some of my field notes concerning the more significant moments of this first phase—to let readers see the nature of the initial moves made on the field of investigation. 9 These notes include “methodological notes” (reminders, including reinterpretations of the tactics used in the field and of the difficulties experienced and recorded by the researcher himself/herself) and “theoretical notes” (tools through which the researcher, during his/her work, takes note of the possible development of the concepts and of the hypotheses that he/she is framing) written in the field.

Swistun’s expression (Auyero and Swistun 2009: 16, 166), who in their turn borrowed it from the sociologist Jack Katz, I adopt a “cubist” approach. ” For me, a cubist approach requires the use of a plurality of observational strategies (field research, photo elicitation) and of different theoretical approaches (symbolic and radical interactionism, visual sociology, green criminology, human geography) that converge upon the object under study. Even keeping an open outlook, suited to following interdisciplinary paths still little trodden, my investigation coalesces round a centre—the environmental crime—that denotes its belonging to the criminological field.

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