Community gardens as sustainable community movementorganisations in Hungary

Bársony Fanni (2019) Community gardens as sustainable community movementorganisations in Hungary. In: Kutatói innovációk Válogatás egy kutatási projekt eredményeiből az EFOP 3.6.1-16-2016-00012 számú projekt keretében végzett kutatásokból. Budapesti Gazdasági Egyetem, Budapest, pp. 5-22. ISBN 9786155607752

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Abstract

Sustainable community movement organisation (SCMO) is a framework to interpret community-led initiatives that provide alternative forms of consumption and create new bonds and solidarity between people (Forno and Graziano, 2014). Urban community gardens have emerged recently in Hungarian cities. Just like the collective gardens in other countries, community gardens in Hungary can have different functions from urban greening to individual and community well-being. Providing spaces for locally produced, organic fresh food the gardens can act as sites where the mainstream patterns of production and consumption are challenged by conscious communities of citizens. Relying on qualitative data fromurban gardening sites in Budapest and applying the framework of SCMO it is demonstrated in the paper if and how the practices in the community gardens promote alternative lifestyles.

Tudományterület / tudományág

társadalomtudományok > szociológiai tudományok

Faculty

Gazdálkodási Kar Zalaegerszeg

Institution

Budapesti Gazdasági Egyetem

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: community garden, sustainable communitymovement organisation; political consumerism; alternative lifestyle, movement organisation, political consumerism, alternative lifestyle, közösségi kert, politikai konzumerizmus, alternatív életstílus
Depositing User: Eszenyi-Bakos Kinga
Identification Number: 31159778
Date Deposited: 2020. Feb. 24. 08:31
Last Modified: 2020. Feb. 24. 08:31
URI: http://publikaciotar.repozitorium.uni-bge.hu/id/eprint/1632

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