Sustainability in Practice: A study of how reflexive agents negotiate multiple domains of consumption, enact change, and articulate visions of the "good life"

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diazbone, « Sustainability in Practice: A study of how reflexive agents negotiate multiple domains of consumption, enact change, and articulate visions of the "good life" », Économie des conventions, ID : 10670/1.i84gti


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Thomas Schröder Thesis submitted to The University of Manchester for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in the Faculty of Humanities Manchester Business School 2013 A small proportion of people claim to live and consume in ways they consider more sustainable in social and environmental terms. As yet, we do not know how many exactly, but possibly no more than 5‐10% of the population. The thesis intentionally focuses on this minority finding there are at least three reasons why it is interestin...

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