Sociology of Consumption and Households

We are interested in practices of consumption and ethics of care. Their material, political and social dimensions are important to better understand health, wellbeing and sustainable development.

Research and projects

At the Sociology of Consumption and Households group, we aim to understand how practices of consumption and care can enable (or impede) health, wellbeing and sustainable development.

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News

Our colleague Jonas House appeared on the frontpages of the Volkskrant and NRC.
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Nanako Nakamura joined SCH as an early stage researcher for the WEGO (Well-being, Ecology, Gender and cOmmunity) Marie Curie ITN.
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Our colleague Chizu Sato co-authored a bookchapter with Yuliya Hilevych titled 'Popular Medical Discourses on Birth Control in the Soviet Union during the Cold War: Shifting Responsibilities and Relational Values.' in the recently published book 'Children by choice?: Changing values, reproduction, and family planning in the 20th century.'
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The book co-edited by our colleague Stefan Wahlen 'Contemporary Collaborative Consumption' has been published. In this book he also published a chapter titled '“Foodsharing”: Reflecting on individualized collective action in a collaborative consumption community organisation'.
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News

Education and courses

The Sociology of Consumption and Households group (SCH) is involved in several education programmes. Read all about our courses, thesis opportunities, programmes and minors.

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Vacancy Chair Consumption and Healthy Lifestyles

The SCH group is looking for a chair Consumption and Healthy Lifestyles.

For more information, please see the link below:

Vacancy Description Professor and Chair of Consumption and Healthy Lifestyles

Activities

CSPS critical food studies workshop and seminar series:

Foodscapes of the sharing economy

25 September 2018 – 13.45-17.00

Room C 62 in de Leeuwenborch (Hollandseweg 1, Wageningen)

Agenda

Latest publications

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