• Pernille Christina Paulsen
4. term, Techno-Anthropology, Master (Master Programme)
This techno-anthropological thesis is based on ethnographic research and explores the social formations created by the people in Lemvig and Thyborøn by analyzing the ways in which they speak of ‘we’. The need to adapt to change is further viewed through sub-politics, responsibility and trust. Conclusion: The people of Lemvig and Thyborøn place themselves collectively in a multitude of social formations by “we’ing”, that can stretch geographically, temporally, and in relation to particular landscapes, which shape them. They perceive many sub-political aspects to be an inherent part of the conversation of climate change. The social formations must be reproduced in order to persevere in the face of change and his change is entrusted to be influenced by political involvement in the change of practices both on a local and a global scale.
Publication date7 Jun 2019
Number of pages42
External collaboratorLemvig Vand & Spildevand A/S
Direktør Lars Holmegaard LANH@lvs-as.dk
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