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A cognitive perspective
Gilles Allaire

‘masters’ – a form of expert – by both producers and consumers in what can be called ‘organic’ community networks. Within these networks credence systems have developed, including dedicated direct provision networks and confidential trademark supports (e.g. ‘Demeter’, since 1928). In this context of ‘domestic’ and ‘inspired’ types of quality convention (to use the classification of Boltanski and Thévenot 1991), incipient organic farming professional networks eventually led to the normalisation and emergence of ‘industrial’ and ‘market oriented’ organic quality

in Qualities of food
Lars Norén and Agneta Ranerup

sources available to users: statistics from professional networks conducting evaluations of care units; primary school inspections by government institutions; and calculations such as the Sharpe ratio (risk in relation to earnings) developed by Nobel laureate William Sharpe, in relation to investment bonds. The designers’ configuration of users was relatively loose, and the guides constrained their users in a limited way. The users were put at the center of an action net that was to result in a choice. Thus, increased knowledge and a long-term view were ways intended to

in Overwhelmed by overflows?
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Janelle Joseph

travelling to other diasporic locations, involved some contact with a cricket and social club. These clubs provided family, social and professional networks that were essential for black men’s survival in a city rife with interpersonal and systemic racism. Talking with men of my fathers’ generation made me appreciate C. L. R. James’ sage comments made in the introduction to a collection of his writings

in Sport in the Black Atlantic