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Situating Everyday Life

Practices and Places

Situating Everyday Life by Sarah Pink
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Pink provides an engaging study of everyday life analysing it through the prism of activism and focusing on a diversity of environments and practices, from the kitchen sink to the use of internet. By investigating the practices and places implicated in the makings of sustainable everyday living, she successfully links the empirical and theoretical to provide a stimulating read for scholars and students alike. Pink offers a rich interdisciplinary analysis of daily life
Monica Degen
Senior Lecturer, Sociology and Communications, Brunel University


Drawing on and developing recent formulations of practice and place-as-event, and deploying a novel range of multi-sensorial methods, Sarah Pink impressively and insightfully engages the everyday in its concrete, relational and processual complexity. As if this were not enough, she also uniquely rethinks activism and sustainability as they are enacted, experienced and mediated in and through everyday life. It is a rare treat to read a book that so successfully addresses and integrates such a broad array of conceptual, methodological and political issues
Mike Michael
Professor of Sociology of Science and Technology, Goldsmiths


SAGE Publications; April 2012
177 pages; ISBN 9781446258187
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Title: Situating Everyday Life
Author: Sarah Pink
 
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