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Atavism, layering and subversion: Understanding great social challenges of today through the lens of cultural contingents

Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift
Författare Mirek Dymitrow
Rene Brauer
Slobodan Arsovski
Jadwiga Biegańska
Publicerad i Geographical Reviews
Volym 51–52
Sidor in press
ISSN 1409-908X
Publiceringsår 2019
Publicerad vid Institutionen för ekonomi och samhälle, Kulturgeografi
Mistra Urban Futures
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Språk en
Ämnesord unsustainability, great social challenges, wicked problems, wicked solutions, cultural contingents
Ämneskategorier Sociologi, Kulturstudier, Tvärvetenskapliga studier, Kulturgeografi

Sammanfattning

Great social challenges of today no longer come one by one. What makes them great is their ever-greater entanglement in one other and across multiple levels, including landscapes, regimes and niches. To this background, a major challenge facing many countries today is how to successfully address issues of interlocking problems of unsustainability caused by cultural contingents. We argue that while the social problems of today have gone wicked, we still imagine them as if they were tame. Tame approaches to wicked problems, in turn, are likely to spawn “wicked solutions”, i.e. purported counteractions that are so conceptually unsuitable for the problem at hand that they can even overwhelm the wickedness of the wicked problem. This makes it so much more difficult to resolve. In this paper, we present three conspicuous examples in this dimension: cultural atavism, artificial layering and pathological subversion. We argue that acknowledging wicked solutions as different from wicked problems is a first step to mitigate the daunting effects that may arise when the two intertwine.

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