Monthly Archives: September 2010

Emotions and implicit attitudes

I have spent last week reading either writing-up the literature review for my PhD or reading Why Aren’t We Saving The Planet:  A Psychologist’s Perspective by Geoffrey Beattie.  The latter is an interesting book which questions why, in the face … Continue reading

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Existentialism

I started the literature review for my thesis today.  As part of my philosphy section I wrote this essay on existentialism: Though this term is generally credited to Gabriel Marcel the originator of this line of thought is usually considered … Continue reading

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Deep Ecology Accounts – Nature and contents

I also presented a paper at CSEAR last week.  I was disappointed in the attendance and in my own performance.  I feel that the attendees and supporters of CSEAR are more inclined towards social rather than environmental accounting.  I also … Continue reading

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Material Flow Cost Accounting

I attended the Congress of Social and Environmental Accounting Research at St Andrews (CSEAR) last week.  I picked up on a couple of interesting points from a teaching perspective; the use of scenarios to open up discussion looks useful, and … Continue reading

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