Control, Manage or Cope?
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Just as an emancipatory politics of uncertainty recognises that uncertainty and unknown-unknowns cannot be closed down to measurable risk, so too does the politics require better differentiation among controlling, managing and coping with those risks, uncertainties and the unknown-unknown of unstudied – in real-time, often unstudiable – conditions.
CitationRoe, E. (2020) ‘Control, Manage or Cope’, in I. Scoones and A. Stirling (eds), The Politics of Uncertainty: Challenges of Transformation pp 73-84, (1st ed.), Routledge
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