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How should sustainability transitions deal with the fact that ‘transition’ has become a buzzword in political discourse and a label for social ecology movements? Building on Giddens’ conception of a double hermeneutic, the paper explores the current appropriations and interpretations of the transition category by political and social actors, and outlines the challenges and opportunities of this double hermenetic in terms of symbolic politics and transformative research.
Journal: Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions - Volume 11, June 2014, Pages 46–49