Green dimensions: The ideology of the British Greens

L.G. Bennie, M.N. Franklin, Wolfgang Rudig

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Abstract

This chapter has been published in the third in a series of annual books dealing with Green movements and political parties. This volume concentrates on the theoretical aspects of ecologism and the importance of the left-right dimension for Green theory and practice. It includes a case-study of the internal dynamics of the Austrian Greens, a comparison of the activities of Greenpeace and Earth First! and chapters on the belief systems of British Green Party members
LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationGreen Politics: No3
PublisherEdinburgh University Press
Pages217-239
Number of pages22
ISBN (Print)978-0748604692
Publication statusPublished - 25 Feb 1995

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Bennie, L. G., Franklin, M. N., & Rudig, W. (1995). Green dimensions: The ideology of the British Greens . In Green Politics: No3 (pp. 217-239). Edinburgh University Press.
Bennie, L.G. ; Franklin, M.N. ; Rudig, Wolfgang. / Green dimensions : The ideology of the British Greens . Green Politics: No3. Edinburgh University Press, 1995. pp. 217-239
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