Mark Stoddart

Faculty, Sociology Department
Memorial University, 30 Elizabeth Ave, Newfoundland, Canada
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Mark’s research deals primarily with environmental sociology, social movements, communications and culture, and tourism and recreation.
“Puffins, kayaks and oil rigs: Shifting modes of society-environment interaction on the Newfoundland coast,” examines how social practices of nature tourism and outdoor recreation are reshaping cultural conceptions of the Newfoundland coastal environment. 2015
His book, “Making Meaning out of Mountains: The Political Ecology of Skiing” (UBC Press) examines the ambiguous and sometimes conflicting relationship between skiing and environmentalism. 2012
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  • New coastal economies; From fisheries to destination tourism. 2015

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  • Governance

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