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Chapter 9: Conclusions: Sustainable Places, Activist Practices and Everyday Life

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Conclusions: Sustainable Places, Activist Practices and Everyday Life
Conclusions: Sustainable places, activist practices and everyday life

In this book I have engaged the concepts of practice and place as routes to understanding how everyday life can be situated within social, material, digital, sensory and environmental relations. My argument has been based on a commitment to understanding both practices and places as being open, defined in terms of their potentialities and characterised by movement. Whereas in some existing literatures practices and places have been theorised as having essential qualities and as such are used to describe and determine particular types of empirically observable activities and localities, here I have departed from such a way of thinking. Such understandings have often seen practices as sites of or vehicles ...

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