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Representing the Dynamics of Social Practice
Representing the dynamics of social practice

At the start of this book we set ourselves the challenge of conceptualizing social order, stability and change and of doing so in a manner that was consistently and systematically informed by theories of practice. In this chapter we take stock of what we have achieved. We start by summarizing and reviewing the key features of our approach before considering its implications for the study of time and space. Our slimline interpretation of practice theory also helps in understanding how the circuits through which practices are reproduced sustain ways of life that are in different respects unequal and unsustainable. We do not go deep into the questions of power but we go far enough ...

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