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Family Dynamics and Social Practice Theories: An Investigation of Daily Practices Related to Food, Mobility, Energy Consumption, and Tourism

Françoise Bartiaux and Luis Reátegui Salmón

Based on empirical data on “green” practices according to household size, this article questions the role, if any, given to close personal relationships by social practice theories in sustaining or not daily life practices. Data are mainly drawn from an Internet survey conducted in Belgium in 2006 by WWF-Belgium on daily practices, related to food, energy consumption, mobility, and tourism. Results show that smaller households carry out more numerous “green” practices than larger ones. The concluding discussion underlines the relevance of including social interactions—namely within the household—into the conceptual framework derived from the social theories of practices, to take into account the rearticulating role of social interactions and domestic power claims when carrying out a practice or a set of practices, and when changing it.

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Reclaiming the lake

Citizenship and environment-as-common-property in highland Peru

Mattias Borg Rasmussen

( Marshall 1950 ). Instead, moving beyond a legal status ( Lazar 2008: 23 ), citizenship is conceived as a bundle of practices between people and structures of power. It denotes the relationship between individuals (sometimes groups) and institutions of

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Plastic Packaging, Food Supply, and Everyday Life

Adopting a Social Practice Perspective in Social-Ecological Research

Lukas Sattlegger, Immanuel Stieß, Luca Raschewski, and Katharina Reindl

SRN as Bundles of Practices (Network Approach) Studying SRN as a Nexus of Practices and Material Arrangements (Nexus Approach) Relation between Materiality and Social Life Provisioning systems as a mediator between the resource and user sides of

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Enacting “Bottom-up” Solidarity in Labor Market Integration for Refugees in England

Sonia Morano-Foadi, Peter Lugosi, and Clara Della Croce

who had never worked in her country of origin and had been residing in the UK for approximately one year at the time. Her reflections highlight how employability and support for labor market transition should be thought of as a bundle of practices that

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The university without walls

Space, time and capacities

Martin Parker

includes the economy, but does not subordinate the university to it, rather like Hans Schildermans’ (2021) conception of the university as a ‘bundle of practices’ which cannot be reduced to either a defence of the solitude of the university against markets

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Sen's Conception of Freedom, and a Conjecture on Embodiment

Fadi Amer

than happening upon a fixed or true identity, flux is a structural necessity as one must constantly construct the sort of lives they wish to lead, as materialised in one's chosen bundles of practices, norms, beliefs and values. Yet amidst conflicting

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Movement, Practice, and a Musical Tradition between Mexico and the United States

Alejandro Miranda

people, materials (such as artifacts), organisms, and other elements. Schatzki’s understanding of the social as bundles of practices and material arrangements is useful to analyze how culturally contained forms of human activity become enacted across