Sharing values: the relationship between value(s) and meanings in collaborative consumption

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Piscicelli, L; Cooper, T; Fisher, T;
  • Publisher: Zero Waste SA Research Centre for Sustainable Design and Behaviour

Collaborative consumption (also referred to as the ‘collaborative economy’, or the ‘sharing economy’) is an emerging socio-economic model based on sharing, bartering, gifting, swapping, renting, lending and borrowing enabled by network technologies and peer communities ... View more
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