Bringing the Body into Environmental Behavior: The Corporeal Element of Social Practice and Behavioral Change
This paper argues that understanding environmentally responsible behavior as a constellation of practices, specifically practices that involve bodily engagement, provides the most promising avenue for future research seeking to explain and encourage patterns of behavior that are environmentally responsible and promote environmental sustainability. Drawing on scholarship on theories of practice, and sociological research on alternative technology adoption and alternative communities, this essay...[Show more]
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|Source:||Human Ecology Review|
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