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  1. Week 2: The ideological and philosophical context 3 items
    1. Recommended textbook 1 item
      1. The politics of the environment: ideas, activism, policy - Neil Carter 2007

        Book  Environmental philosophy, green political thought, and the emergence of environmental politics and sustainability

    2. Further reading 2 items
      1. Sustainable development: Our Common Future revisited - Erling Holden, Kristin Linnerud, David Banister 05/2014

        Article  Reviewing the 1987 Brundtland Report introducing the phrase "sustainable development" and progress since

      2. Conceptualizing strategic environmental assessment: Principles, approaches and research directions - Bram Noble, Kelechi Nwanekezie 01/2017

        Article  Discussing conflicting interpretations of Strategic Environment Assessments and the conceptual spectrum from project EIA to truly strategic assessments

  2. Weeks 2-4: Natural Sciences research methods and Environmental Impact Assessment 3 items
    1. Recommended textbooks 3 items
      1. Introduction to environmental impact assessment - John Glasson, Riki Therivel, Andrew Chadwick 2012

        Book  Environmental Impact Assessment EIA

      2. Sustainability assessment: criteria and processes - Robert B. Gibson, Selma Hassan 2005

        Book  Sustainability assessments

      3. Basics of environmental science - Michael Allaby 2000

        Book  Environmental Science Methods

  3. Week 4: Apedale case study 3 items
    See recommended texts from Weeks 2-4 Natural Sciences research methods and Environmental Impact Assessment. A more detailed reading list is supplied in the field course handbook.
    1. Key reading for Apedale Country Park 2 items
      1. Guidelines for Ecological Impact Assessment in the UK and Ireland: Terrestrial, Freshwater and Coastal 2016

        Document  The Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management guide to EIA in the UK

      2. Great Crested Newt Conservation handbook

        Webpage  Handbook for assessment of Great Crested Newts in your EIA report

    2. Key website 1 item
      1. The Apedale Heritage Centre | Bringing Britain's Great Industries Back to Life

        Website  The Apedale Heritage Centre website has extensive information: particularly useful for the history and socioeconomic context of the site and development www.apedale.co.uk

  4. Weeks 5-6: Analysing quantitative environmental data 1 item
    1. Recommended textbook 1 item
      1. Practical statistics for environmental and biological scientists - John Townend 2002

        Book  Statistics as used in environmental science

  5. Weeks 7-10: Social sciences research and data analysis 10 items
    1. Recommended textbooks 2 items
      1. Social research methods - Alan Bryman 2015

        Book  Designing social research studies, qualitative and quantitative methods in the social sciences, ethics in social research, data collection and analysis in social research

      2. The coding manual for qualitative researchers - Johnny Saldaña 2016

        Book  Guidance on coding qualitative social sciences data

    2. Readings about specific methods 8 items
      1. Interviews 1 item
        1. Social research methods - Alan Bryman 2015

          Book  Chapter 9 (pp. 197-219), chapter 11 (pp. 243-265) and chapter 20 (pp. 465-499)

      2. Questionnaires 2 items
        1. Social research methods - Alan Bryman 2015

          Book  Chapter 10 (pp. 220-242) and chapter 11 (pp. 243-265)

      3. Focus groups 1 item
        1. Social research methods - Alan Bryman 2015

          Book  Chapter 11 (pp. 243-265) and chapter 21 (pp. 500-524)

      4. Observation methods 1 item
        1. Social research methods - Alan Bryman 2015

          Book  Chapter 12 (pp. 266-282) and chapter 19 (pp.422-464)

      5. World Café 2 items
      6. Photovoice 1 item
        1. Urban youth and photovoice: visual ethnography in action - Melvin Delgado 2015

          Book  Chapter 5 (pp. 101-132)

  6. Weeks 11-12: Geographic Information Systems GIS 4 items
    1. Recommended textbook 1 item
      1. An introduction to geographical information systems - D. Ian Heywood, Sarah Cornelius, Steve Carver 2011

        Book  For an overview of Geographic Information Systems GIS with worked case studies

    2. Useful websites 3 items
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