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The project will investigate how cultural variation in practical ethics and norms of repair might impact on the interpretation, implementation and contestation of the ideas of a circular and bio-based (CBB) economy.
Through a series of study visits, interviews and other deliberative engagements with practitioners and theorists of repair, it will undertake a discursive and deliberative exploration of practical ethics and norms of repair in contrasting disciplines and cultures, focusing on the prevalence and significance of ethics of care and legibility. It will compare and contrast the interpretations, values and norms revealed in repair practices of restoration, reconstruction, remediation, reconciliation and reconfiguration with those found in CBB economy policy and promotion, so as to derive lessons and recommendations for the effective development of such policy from a better understanding of the normative motivations and constraints influencing repair practices.