AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis book chapter considers definitional problems associated with thinking about cycling cultures and then discusses analytical frameworks for understanding culture and power and uses them to examine how insights from social theory can inform the practices of specific pro-cycling activism that seek to promote cycling as a sustainable transport choice.
CitationIn P. Cox (Ed.), Cycling cultures (pp. 14-42). Chester: University of Chester Press, 2015.
PublisherUniversity of Chester Press
DescriptionThis is the author's final accepted version, pre-proof reading of a book chapter published by University of Chester Press, 2015. Included with kind permission of University of Chester Press.
CollectionsSocial and Political Science
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