Policy stories: values and futures at the Arctic Winter Games 2016

Carina Bregnholm Ren, Rasmus Kjærgaard Rasmussen

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This article uses Arctic Winter 2016 as an exploration site of values and futures in Greenland. By taking a valuation approach where the creation and interpretation of event values are seen as an ongoing and taxing accomplishment, we firstly expand the understanding of events beyond their actual planning and execution and of event outcomes beyond the narrow confines of bed nights and legacies. Second, we introduce policies as an entry point to unlock discussions and manifestations of value and futures which connect to AWG. In order to exemplify the workings of the AWG event in these domains, we present three central policy stories from the field. The stories tell of how the event was first interested, then activated and finally evaluated. Besides adding a new understanding to policy-driven events as a locus of value creation, we also argue that the AWG 2016 offer speculative bets for new Greenlandic futures in the making
Antal sider15
StatusUdgivet - 2016
BegivenhedArctic Politics Research Seminar - Institut for Statskundskab, Københavns Universitet, København, Danmark
Varighed: 13 maj 201613 maj 2016
http://ir.polsci.ku.dk/research_projects/arctic-politics/boxes/news_list/ (Link til seminar)


SeminarArctic Politics Research Seminar
LokationInstitut for Statskundskab, Københavns Universitet

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