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Circuits of Reproduction
Circuits of reproduction

In Chapter 5 we wrote about how practices connect. We discussed forms of competition and collaboration and identified stronger, weaker and more and less extensive connections across space and time. We went on to suggest that daily rhythms and dominant projects reflect and reproduce such links. In this chapter we investigate the forms of feedback that connect successive performances in ways that enable mutual adjustment between practices.

It is obvious that past performances create and limit opportunities for future development. There is also no doubt that existing practices have multiple consequences, making ‘courses of action easier, harder, simpler, more complicated, shorter, longer, ill-advized, promising of gain, disruptive, facilitating, obligatory or proscribed, acceptable or unacceptable, more or less relevant, riskier or safer, ...

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