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  • Brembeck, Helene, 1952, et al. (författare)
  • Moving consumption
  • 2014
  • Ingår i: Consumption, markets & culture. - 1025-3866 .- 1477-223X. ; 18:1, s. 1-9
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Ultimately, the papers published in this special issue have at least three general implications. First, they show that market moves, be they the moves of consumers or the moves of goods, are part of larger political issues: economic asymmetries at the world level (Birtchnell and Urry), environmental costs of globalization (D'Antone and Spencer), sustainability and liveability issues associated with local consumer logistics (Hansson) or nomad elites (Figueiredo). Second, moving consumption underlines the importance of container technologies, be they large supply side (Birtchnell and Urry) or small demand side containers (Hansson). They also highlight the transformative role of more sophisticated devices that are aimed at assisting consumers in their moves, such as music players (Dholakia et al.), syncing tools (Figuereido) and heart rate monitors (Pantzar and Ruckenstein), along with many more consumer choice equipment, such as smartphone consumer apps, big data, geolocalization devices and so on, which all shift e-shopping from desktop to mobile consumption. Third, these transformations have theoretical and methodological implications. Theoretically, the more people move, the more they are equipped, and the more the entities we study shift from isolated fixed consumers to webs of mutable moving networks and practices. In order to account for such hybrid entities, there is a need for hybridizing the views of consumer research (Dholakia et al., Figuereido) with approaches such as the new mobility paradigm (Birtchnell and Urry), the theory of practice (Pantzar and Ruckenstein) and actor-network theory (D'Antone and Spencer; Hansson). These approaches give additional means to address such mobile, composite and malleable objects; they also develop related methodological approaches, such as go-alongs, video-assisted observation (Hansson) or the secondary analysis of recorded consumer traces (Pantzar and Ruckenstein).
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  • Cochoy, Franck, 1964, et al. (författare)
  • Bicycles, cyclists and loads: a comparative analysis of cycling practices in Gothenburg and Toulouse
  • 2019
  • Ingår i: Applied Mobilities. - 2380-0127 .- 2380-0135. ; 4:1, s. 1-25
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • This article reports on a video-based analysis of bicycling practices in Gothenburg and Toulouse. It is based on actor-network theory, an approach that studies human and non-human entities and their contributions to social action equally. The paper examines bicycles and their interactions with cyclists and loads in the transport of people and goods. Accordingly, this paper presents methodological, theoretical and empirical contributions to the study of bicycle transportation as a possible method for developing sustainable urban environments. This paper also presents an innovative way to study ordinary social practices and describes how these practices shape associated societal issues.
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  • “Cityzen” logistics: A visual archaeology of consumer logistics
  • 2012
  • Ingår i: Making Sense of Consumption 2nd Nordic Conference on Consumer Research May 30 - June 1, 2012 Gothenburg, Sweden.
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    • This paper analyses “cityzen” logistics—how pedestrians carry their things. The purpose is to describe how the way of transporting goods in the city center has evolved over time. It draws on a comparative analysis of two similar large streets in the cities of Gothenburg and Toulouse from the late XIXth century to present. The chosen methodology combines archaeology, ethnography and statistics. It rests on quantitative analysis of photographs combined with qualitative analysis. These methods illuminate geographical, technical and cultural differences, but also surprising similarities between our two cities.
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  • Cochoy, Franck, 1964, et al. (författare)
  • Digitalizing consumption: Introduction
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: Cochoy, Franck, Hagberg, Johan, Petersson McIntyre, Magdalena & Sörum, Niklas. (2017). Digitalizing Consumption: How devices shape consumer culture. - : Routledge. - 9781138124899 ; , s. 1-19
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