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Open Access Die Mechanismen transformativen Wandels erfassen: Plädoyer für ein praxistheoretisches Konzept sozialer Innovationen

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Die großen gesellschaftlichen Herausforderungen lassen sich nur mit der Etablierung sozialer Innovationen, etwa veränderten Konsumpraktiken oder neuen Geschäftsmodellen, bewältigen. Um diese sozialen Transformationsprozesse begreifen zu können, benötigen wir ein theoretisch fundiertes Konzept, das die Dynamik sozialer Praktiken sowie ihre Neukonfiguration als soziale Innovation in den Mittelpunkt stellt. Damit könnte eine Politik gefördert werden, die den gesellschaftlichen Wandel Richtung Nachhaltigkeit unterstützt.
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Keywords: multi-level perspective; social change; social innovation; system innovation; transformation; transition management

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2017

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