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  • How plastic taught us to be wasteful

    [7 Jun 2016] "Probably the biggest influence plastic has had on consumers is teaching them how to waste. It is wrong to blame consumers for being wasteful, this practice has been foisted on them." So says Gay Hawkins, Professor of Cultural Studies and Social Theory at Western Sydney University. She studies the role of plastics in consumer society and visits Centre for Consumer Science on the 13-18th of June. We invite you to participate in an open seminar. Below you'll find an interview about her research.

  • Researching the subscribed dinner

    [14 Apr 2016] During April, Frej Hertz, PhD Student from Roskilde University, is guest researcher at Center for Consumer Science. He studies how households uses food-box subscriptions. His research is a part of the international project FOCAS (Food, Convenience and Stainability), partly hosted by CFK.

  • Highly Commended Award to Article on Consumer Logistics

    [3 Mar 2016] Johan Hagberg¿s och Daniel Normark¿s article ¿From basket to shopping bag ¿ Retailers role in the transformation of consumer mobility in Sweden, 1941-1970¿ have won the prize Highly Commended Award from Emerald Publishing.

  • Market Feminism - Commercialization of Gender and Equality

    [24 Feb 2016] The idea that gender consciousness can create increased profits is popular within business today. Experts are hired to achieve everything from gender conscious product design to more gender equal organizations. As a consequence more and more feminists turn to the market instead of the state to promote policies of gender equality. But what happens when ideas of gender equality meet profit interests and market logic? Magdalena Petersson McIntyre will study this question in the project Market Feminism - Commercialization of Gender and Equality.

  • The Consumption Report 2015: Per Capita Meat Consumption No Longer Increases

    [11 Jan 2016] The increase in Swedish meat consumption per person and year have come to a halt. And the consumption category that increased the most during 2014 was purchases by non-resident households in Sweden. These are two conclusions drawn in the yearly Consumption Report, published by Center for Consumer Science.

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