Social practice theory

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Social Practice theory is a framework for social science researchers to describe how individuals in different societies around the world shape and are shaped by the cultural atmosphere in which they live. It attempts to articulate the ways in which identity and individual agency rely on and produce cultural forms.

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http://education.colorado.edu/practicetheory/ http://rmit.net.au/browse;ID=3rqb7wazizoe1