Day, Rosie

Demanding Energy

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Table of contents

1. Demanding Energy: An Introduction
Allison Hui, Rosie Day, Gordon Walker

Part 1. Part 1

2. Demanding Connectivity, Demanding Charging: The Co-production of Mobile Communication Between Electrical and Digital Infrastructures
Alan Wiig

3. Constructing Normality Through Material and Social Lock-In: The Dynamics of Energy Consumption Among Geneva’s More Affluent Households
Marlyne Sahakian

4. Understanding Temporariness Beyond the Temporal: Greenfield and Urban Music Festivals and Their Energy Use Implications
Michael E. P. Allen

Part 2. Part 2

5. Towards a ‘Meaning’-ful Analysis of the Temporalities of Mobility Practices: Implications for Sustainability
Katerina Psarikidou

6. Being at Home Today: Inhabitance Practices and the Transformation and Blurring of French Domestic Living Spaces
Véronique Beillan, Sylvie Douzou

Part 3. Part 3

7. The Car as a Safety-Net: Narrative Accounts of the Role of Energy Intensive Transport in Conditions of Housing and Employment Uncertainty
Caroline Mullen, Greg Marsden

8. The Tenuous and Complex Relationship Between Flexible Working Practices and Travel Demand Reduction
Julian Burkinshaw

9. Leisure Travel and the Time of Later Life
Rosie Day, Russell Hitchings, Emmet Fox, Susan Venn, Julia F. Hibbert

Part 4. Part 4

10. Changing Eating Practices in France and Great Britain: Evidence from Time-Use Data and Implications for Direct Energy Demand
Mathieu Durand-Daubin, Ben Anderson

11. Paths, Projects and Careers of Domestic Practice: Exploring Dynamics of Demand over Biographical Time
Mary Greene

12. Demanding Business Travel: The Evolution of the Timespaces of Business Practice
Ian Jones, James Faulconbridge, Greg Marsden, Jillian Anable

Part 5. Part 5

13. Demand Side Flexibility and Responsiveness: Moving Demand in Time Through Technology
Mitchell Curtis, Jacopo Torriti, Stefan Thor Smith

14. Reducing Demand for Energy in Hospitals: Opportunities for and Limits to Temporal Coordination
Stanley Blue

Part 6. Researching Demand

15. Identifying Research Strategies and Methodological Priorities for the Study of Demanding Energy
Allison Hui, Rosie Day, Gordon Walker

Keywords: Social Sciences, Environmental Sociology, Energy, general, Sustainable Development, Environmental Policy

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