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“We Must All Be Ready for Major Changes”

Visiting Climate for Change at the Norwegian Petroleum Museum

Lise Camilla Ruud and Erik Thorstensen

that each of us might lead a more sustainable life if we were to use less energy, vote strategically in elections, eat local food, choose an education that enables us to develop climate solutions, and use bicycles rather than cars. The text concludes

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Made for Maids

Female Domestic Workers and the Use of Mobile Phones in the Slums of Urban Morocco

Hsain Ilahiane

ecology (number of bicycles, number of mopeds, number of cars, number of radios, televisions, fax machines, satellite dishes, personal computers, access to the internet, mobile and landline phones, mobile phone fees, mobile phone brands, and name of mobile

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Model Citizens in Bangladesh

The Joggo Nari and the Paradoxes of Egalitarian Life

Mohammad Tareq Hasan

women and the ways to conduct themselves in the public sphere. As argued by Lamia Karim (2011: 79) : Two of the NGOs, BRAC and Proshika, have also introduced radical ideas about women's social roles. Women field-workers of these NGOs ride bicycles

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Neglected Transportation Infrastructure

Corporate Social Responsibility and the Russian State in a Small Siberian Oil Town

Gertrude Saxinger, Natalia Krasnoshtanova, and Gertraud Illmeier

spring and fall, downtown, © Gertrude Saxinger It is hard to walk long distances in the town, and when a car or lorry is passing by, one walks in a cloud of dust. Some people ride bicycles and motorbikes, but car transport is particularly important

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Financialization from the margins

Notes on the incorporation of Argentina's subproletariat into consumer credit (2009–2015)

Hadrien Saiag

monthly installments of two credit cards. With one (in her name), she bought one pair of shoes for one of her daughters, to be paid in three installments of 300 pesos each. With a second credit card that a friend lent to her, she purchased a bicycle that