Book Review: ‘Reclaiming Conversation: the power of talk in a digital age’ by Sherry Turkle.

IN Culture & Society / Blog

Book Review: ‘Reclaiming Conversation: the p...

Don’t underestimate the power of that small screen in your pocke...

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Lush Spring Prize showcases great regeneration projects

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Lush Spring Prize showcases great regeneration...

The finalists of the Lush Spring Prize have just been announced, and t...

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Rob en France: 6 jours de rencontres fascinantes (6 days of fascinating encounters)

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Rob en France: 6 jours de rencontres fascinant...

Rob Hopkins reports on a recent visit to France, on the eve of a momen...

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Molly Scott Cato on ‘America First’

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Molly Scott Cato on ‘America First’...

Surely Molly Scott Cato, a long advocate of economic localisation, wou...

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Compost, community and cash: tasting the new economy in Geneva

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Compost, community and cash: tasting the new e...

Rob Hopkins reports on a recent short, but very packed, 36 hours in Ge...

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Tom Henfrey unveils ‘Resilience, Community Action and Societal Transformation’

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Tom Henfrey unveils ‘Resilience, Communi...

Tom Henfrey, in conversation with Rob Hopkins, introduces a new public...

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REconomy LIFT – what happens when we come together to transform local economies.

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REconomy LIFT – what happens when we come to...

The REconomy Project team report on the recent event in London explori...

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Introducing the Transition Flower Shop

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Introducing the Transition Flower Shop

Tanja Aertebjerg shares the story of the Transition Flower Shop,

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What did people in Deal think of ‘Tomorrow’?

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What did people in Deal think of ‘Tomorr...

As screenings of ‘Tomorrow’ spread across the UK, we hear ...

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A change to this blog? Imagine that!

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A change to this blog? Imagine that!

Rob Hopkins announces changes to this blog, and to his work, over the ...

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The train now standing at Platform 3 is … a Co-op?

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The train now standing at Platform 3 is …...

Rob Hopkins speaks to Alex Lawrie about Go-op, a highly ambitious atte...

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Celebrating 10 years of Transition Town Totnes

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Celebrating 10 years of Transition Town Totnes

Rob Hopkins shares an audio highlight of last week’s multi-voic...

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The Curse of the iPad Stalks the Land or In Praise of Boredom

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The Curse of the iPad Stalks the Land or In Pr...

Rob Hopkins reflects on a recent Panorama programme about the rise of ...

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Fishguard’s Transition Cafe wins award!

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Fishguard’s Transition Cafe wins award!

One of our ‘21 Stories of Transition‘, the Transition Comm...

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10 years of Transition Network: the early days…

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10 years of Transition Network: the early days...

As Transition Network turns 10, Rob Hopkins looks back to when it all ...

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Book review: Advertising Shits In Your Head

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Book review: Advertising Shits In Your Head

Rob Hopkins reviews a new book which argues that the best strategy for...

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How Farnham UK’s Repair Café Takes a Bite Out of Waste

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How Farnham UK’s Repair Café Takes a Bite O...

Martin Charter reports on Farnham’s Repair Cafe [original here].

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Transition meets Degrowth on a Caribbean island

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Transition meets Degrowth on a Caribbean islan...

Degrowth and Transition debated on Dominican TV show…

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Richard Heinberg on ‘America First’.

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Richard Heinberg on ‘America First’...

“Transition is more important than ever in a world of Donald Trump...

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‘Essential Guide to Doing Transition’ published in French

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‘Essential Guide to Doing TransitionR...

Nous sommes ravis d’annoncer la publication de la version franç...

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February 2017 – Transition Newsletter

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February 2017 – Transition Newsletter

We offer antidotes to feeling daunted, such as a real example of how g...

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“Now you’re all here, and it feels fantastic”: 3 days in France.

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“Now you’re all here, and it feels fan...

Rob Hopkins reports back from a packed 3 day programme of talks and ev...

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7 characteristics of doing Transition in an University

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7 characteristics of doing Transition in an Un...

Last week we published our new guide, ‘How to do Transition in y...

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Cormac Russell on change that starts with communities

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Cormac Russell on change that starts with comm...

We talk community development with Cormac Russell.

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Inauguration Day: Kicking Against the Prick(s)

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Inauguration Day: Kicking Against the Prick(s)

Rob Hopkins offers, through somewhat gritted teeth, some reflections o...

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Transition Town Tooting celebrate Aviva Community Fund award

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Transition Town Tooting celebrate Aviva Commun...

Chuck Whitehead of Transition Town Tooting shares exciting news from t...

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A her-story of Transition Wekerle: an experience of local community activism in Hungary

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A her-story of Transition Wekerle: an experien...

Tracey Wheatley of Transition Wekerle in Hungary shares her initiativ...

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The New Economy in 50 words?

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The New Economy in 50 words?

In the shortest blog of his life, Rob Hopkins offers 50 words that cap...

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10 keys to Transition in Dominica

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10 keys to Transition in Dominica

Naresh Giangrande‘s final report from his recent adventures wit...

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‘Tomorrow’ (‘Demain’) available at last in the UK!

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‘Tomorrow’ (‘Demain’) ...

Everything you need to know re. the UK community-led rollout of the fi...

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Introducing our new Transition Universities Guide

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Introducing our new Transition Universities Gu...

Maria Cooper introduces the newest Transition Network publication: A G...

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Dominica in Transition?

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Dominica in Transition?

Naresh Giangrande reports from the island State of Dominica in the Car...

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Should Tanja run for election?

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Should Tanja run for election?

Danish Transitioner Tanja Aertebjerg is thinking of going into politic...

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Is being “punk as f*ck” really where it’s at?

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Is being “punk as f*ck” really where it’...

Rob Hopkins offers a Transition take on a recent blog by Sam Bliss, Aa...

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In the Shadow of the Volcano: Transition in Pucón and Villarrica

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In the Shadow of the Volcano: Transition in Pu...

Naresh Giangrande reports from his last training in America Latina, o...

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Emerging in the Emergency

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Emerging in the Emergency

Deborah Rim Moiso reports on a gathering of Transitioners and other to...

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Activity of the Month: The Essential Guide to Doing Transition (English & Spanish!)

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Activity of the Month: The Essential Guide to ...

The English language ‘Essential Guide to Doing Transition’...

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The day Theresa May visited Standing Rock

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The day Theresa May visited Standing Rock

How different would the world be if the grace and poise shown at Stand...

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Transition and the Commons: freeing our imaginations

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Transition and the Commons: freeing our imagin...

Isabel Carlisle reports from the European Commons Assembly in Brussels...

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Naresh Giangrande on movement building in America Latina

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Naresh Giangrande on movement building in Amer...

I tread so carefully, I walk with bare feet in the first Train the Tra...

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