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Shove, E. (2002). Rushing around coordination, mobility and inequality

Shove, E. (2002). Rushing around coordination, mobility and inequality

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The purpose of this exploratory paper is to address the theme of ‘mobilities, social
capital and communities’ by thinking about the social dynamics of coordination, that is the coming together of people and things in time and space. In tackling this issue, I start by emphasising the centrality of social practice. I argue that much consumption is occasioned by peoples’ involvement in normal social practice: that is, their participation in relationships, activities and taken for granted routines, the effective accomplishment of which constitutes a necessary condition of societal membership. It is clear that different social groups revolve around – and are defined by - the reproduction of quite specific practices. In addition, individuals are likely to be involved in overlapping and multiple social worlds, each demanding or assuming different forms of consumption, including consumption of mobility.
The purpose of this exploratory paper is to address the theme of ‘mobilities, social
capital and communities’ by thinking about the social dynamics of coordination, that is the coming together of people and things in time and space. In tackling this issue, I start by emphasising the centrality of social practice. I argue that much consumption is occasioned by peoples’ involvement in normal social practice: that is, their participation in relationships, activities and taken for granted routines, the effective accomplishment of which constitutes a necessary condition of societal membership. It is clear that different social groups revolve around – and are defined by - the reproduction of quite specific practices. In addition, individuals are likely to be involved in overlapping and multiple social worlds, each demanding or assuming different forms of consumption, including consumption of mobility.

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Published by: brenderdan on Apr 26, 2013
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