Environmental and Animal Abuse Denial: Averting Our Gaze (Environment and Society) (Hardcover)
The theory of denialism proposes that people actively avoid information that threatens their established worldviews, lifestyles, and identities. Environmental and Animal Abuse Denial: Averting Our Gaze analyzes how people use denialism to avoid awareness of climate change, environmental pollution, animal abuse, and the animal industrial complex.
About the Author
Tomaz Grusovnik is associate professor of philosophy and senior research fellow at the Faculty of Education, University of Primorska, and at the Department of Philosophy, Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor, Slovenia. Reingard Spannring is a sociologist at the Institute for Educational Science, University of Innsbruck in Austria. Karen Lykke Syse is a cultural historian and is associate professor at Centre for Development and the Environment at the University of Oslo in Norway.