Past and Present Energy Societies
by Nina Möllers, Karin Zachmann
Publisher: De Gruyter Open 2014
Number of pages: 338
Focussing on a range of energy types, from electricity and oil to bioenergy, this volume analyzes the social, cultural and political concepts and discourses of energy and their implementation and materialization within technical systems, applications, media representations and consumer practice.
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