Trash Talk Unpicking the deadlock around urban waste and regeneration

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Calafate-Faria, F. (2022). Trash Talk Unpicking the deadlock around urban waste and regeneration. The Sociological Review Magazine. https://doi.org/10.51428/tsr.qejx3132
AuthorsCalafate-Faria, F.
Abstract

'Situating Mary Douglas’ famous formulation that “dirt is matter out of place” relative to time may lead us to think that litter is matter out of time, and that the responses and interventions this evokes are similarly timed, as well as spatialised.'
Nolan, R., Jones, P. & Sharma, P. (2022, March 8). Introduction to March’s Theme: Time [Online]. The Sociological Review Magazine. https://doi.org/10.51428/tsr.irfx8979

Keywordswaste, Mary Douglas, discard studies, lefebvre, rhythmanalysis, temporality,
Year2022
JournalThe Sociological Review Magazine
PublisherSociological Review Foundation Limited
ISSN2754-1371
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.51428/tsr.qejx3132
Web address (URL)https://thesociologicalreview.org/magazine/march-2022/time/trash-talk/
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Print08 Mar 2022
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Deposited13 May 2022
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