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Wolf, Emiel (author)
The goal of this project is to find a way to get people to consume less, by changing what they do to improve their subjective well-being. It was found that the main issue that needed tackling is the fact that, currently, people are addicted to consumption - they depend on consumption for their happiness. The best way to remedy this would be to...
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Fort Munoz, Julia (author)
The mobility industry is facing a disruptive transformation. A large number of social, economic and technological trends are shaping the way we will move in the future. In this fast-changing environment, mytaxi becomes FREE NOW due to the joint venture in 2019 between its mother company Daimler together with BMW. While joining forces to become a...
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Krishnaprasad, Soujanya (author)
The problem of linear resource flow is addressed, in this thesis, parallel to the problem of human behaviour with respect to resource use. There is sufficient research being done with the aim of reducing the environmental impact of urban water systems, but not enough to reduce resistance towards such ideas. This resistance is a result of growing...
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Brinkman, Geert (author)
This MSc Design for Interaction graduation project aims to explore how design may enhance policymaking. In light of this, an extensive study was conducted at the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. This study entailed an ethnographic study of nine months during which six policymaking cases were studied as well as a four month...
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Stöhr, Antoine (author)
In this society, where where people conform to their obligations, don't take the time to dream and make those dreams reality, there is a need for voluntary courageous behavior. By viewing courage as a muscle, we can train it by gaining experience. Courage is defined as battle between someone's fear and someone's will. Fear and will are situated...
master thesis 2018
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