Articles

Journal Title:
CACOM Working Paper Series
Journal Volume:
70

This paper explores the ways in which one community has developed strong social capital in the light of several development challenges. Using a case study approach data was collected from a small community in the Queensland hinterland.

Journal Number:
5
Journal Volume:
10
Journal Pages:
477-486

In this paper, we question the importance of social capital as a primary indicator of a community's ability to engage in sustainable development as social capital can have both hindering and facilitating effects. We suggest that actor agency allows an individual or group to increase access to other critical forms of capital to overcome barriers and solve problems.

Journal Title:
Canadian Journal of Political Science
Journal Number:
1
Journal Volume:
38
Journal Pages:
203-225

The use of internet technologies, specifically interactive electronic dialogues, has the potential to revive the shrinking Canadian public sphere. Precedent for this assertion can be found in the historical effect of radio technology.

Journal Title:
Ecology and Society
Journal Number:
1
Journal Volume:
10

Sustainable development research is inherently interdisciplinary; it requires the conscious search for unifying concepts that foster and reinforce understanding across disciplines. In addition, the number of sectors and actors involved in potential solutions requires a multistakeholder approach to decision making.

Journal Title:
International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education
Journal Number:
4
Journal Volume:
6
Journal Pages:
351-362

Purpose – To distinguish sustainable development education from environmental education and stress the importance of problem-based interdisciplinary learning to sustainable development education.

Journal Title:
Ecology and Society
Journal Number:
10
Journal Volume:
1

Although community social networks can build resilience, and thus, aid adaptation to unexpected environmental change (Tomkins and Adger 2004), not all social networks are created equal.

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