Essays about: "Simon Elias Bibri"

Found 3 essays containing the words Simon Elias Bibri.

  1. 1. The Potential Catalytic Role of Green Entrepreneurship – Technological Eco–Innovations and Ecopreneurs’ Acts – in the Structural Transformation to a Low–Carbon or Green Economy: A Foucauldian Discursive Approach

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Simon Elias Bibri; [2014]
    Keywords : Discourse; episteme; green entrepreneurs hip; ecopreneurs; technological eco–innovations; low–carbon green sustainable economy; transformation; green and energy efficiency technologies; ICT; environmental; economic; political; social; ecological modernization; European society; Foucault; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : Green entrepreneurship – technological eco–innovations and ecopreneurs’ acts – has recently received much attention from European policymakers as one promising response to the challenges of sustainable economic development due to its potential to catalyze and build a low–carbon or green economy. This topical relationship between green entrepreneurship and sustainable economy has also gained increasing interest among scholars. READ MORE

  2. 2. A Foucauldian–Fairclaughian Discursive Analysis of the Social Construction of ICT for Environmentally Sustainable Urban Development – the Case of European Society

    University essay from Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : Simon Elias Bibri; [2013]
    Keywords : ICT; sustainable urban development; environmental urban sustainability; energy efficiency technology; GHG emissions reductions; ICT4SUD; discourse; episteme; discursive construction; European society; information society; ICT industry; buildings; rebound effects; Foucauldian;

    Abstract : ICT has become so deeply embedded into the fabric of European society – in economic, political, and socio-cultural narratives, practices, and structures – that it has been constructed as holding tremendous untapped and inestimable potential for instigating and unleashing far-reaching societal transformation, addressing key societal challenges, and solving all societal problems. It has recently been seen, given its ubiquity, as a critical driver and powerful catalyst for sustainable urban development due to its potential to enable substantial energy savings and GHG emissions reductions in most urban sectors, especially buildings. READ MORE

  3. 3. A Critical Reading of the Scholarly and ICT Industry’s Construction of Ambient Intelligence for Societal Transformation of Europe

    University essay from Malmö högskola/Kultur och samhälle

    Author : Simon Elias Bibri; [2012]
    Keywords : AmI; ICT; AmI vision; AmI discourse; construction; discourse analysis; power; ideology; social transformation; society; citizens; ISTAG; ICT industry; scholarly; European; social; critical; Foucault;

    Abstract : Ambient Intelligence (AmI) refers to a vision of the information society where everyday human environments will be permeated by intelligent technology: people will be surrounded and accompanied by intelligent interfaces supported by computing and wireless networking technology that is ubiquitous, embedded in virtually all kinds of everyday objects. These computationally augmented, smart environments - composed of a myriad of invisible, distributed, networked, connected, interactive, and always-on computing devices - are aware of human context; sensitive to people's needs; adaptive to, and anticipatory of, their behavior; personalized to their requirements; and responsive to their emotion and presence, thereby intelligently supporting their daily and social lives by providing limitless services in a seamless and unobtrusive way. READ MORE