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Hultman, J., Corvellec, H., Jerneck, A., Arvidsson, S., Ekroos, J., & Gustafsson, C., et al.. (2021). A resourcification manifesto: Understanding the social process of resources
becoming resources. Research Policy, 50(9), 1–7. 
Added by: Mark Grimshaw-Aagaard (12/3/22, 8:01 AM)   
Resource type: Journal Article
Peer reviewed
DOI: 10.1016/j.respol.2021.104297
BibTeX citation key: Hultman2021
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Categories: General
Keywords: Space, Ultrasound
Creators: Arvidsson, Corvellec, Ekroos, Gustafsson, Hultman, Jerneck, Lundh Nilsson, Wahlberg
Publisher: Elsevier (Amsterdam)
Collection: Research Policy
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"In times of major global interconnectedness and environmental change, the pressure to identify, create, and exploit new resources is certain to intensify. Given that there are unavoidable trade-offs, conflicts, and arenas for violence involved when increasingly more material and immaterial things are turned into resources, we call for
explicit research on the very process – a process that we label resourcification. The concept of resourcification
shifts attention from essentialist queries about the nature of resources to a focus on the social processes through
which things are turned into resources. In search of a better understanding of resources in the Anthropocene and,
in particular, an understanding about the way resources emerge and are used, resourcification offers a new
conceptual framework that allows for a systematic search for knowledge about the diversity of contexts, conditions, modes, and temporalities of resourcification. This Resourcification Manifesto offers a theoretical and
empirical framework for a radical and disruptive approach to innovation, sustainability, and management studies
and policies."
Not really anything to do with ultrasound, but the concept of resourcification can be applied to human colonization of not only sound space but also ultrasound space.
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