5417710_ANSTEY-MUDD_PhD_THESIS_2017-05.pdf (3.54 MB)
0/0

Governmentality, Regulatory Capture and Re-Imagining Citizen Subjectivities as Resistance: the case of the Mount Thorley-Warkworth coal mine expansion in New South Wales, Australia

Download (3.54 MB)
thesis
posted on 19.09.2017 by TANYA MARGARET ANSTEY-MUDD
This thesis explores how citizens engage with the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process to influence decision making outcomes for major projects such as coal mines. A detailed case study is presented of the community of Bulga, exploring their experiences in trying to prevent the expansion of the Mt Thorley-Warkworth coal mine expansion in the Upper Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia.

History

Principal supervisor

Ruth Lane

Additional supervisor 1

Libby Porter

Additional supervisor 2

Wayne Gumley

Year of Award

2017

Department, School or Centre

Social and Political Sciences

Course

Doctor of Philosophy

Degree Type

DOCTORATE

Faculty

Faculty of Arts

Exports

Categories

Exports