Commentary/Perspective/Opinion Article - Invited
For subsistence communities, the question is whether aspirations can be applied to motivate behavior that is, on the one hand consistent with people’s aspirations, but which might otherwise be difficult to elicit. Could poorer households be encouraged to save, to spend more on their children’s education, or to act against unhealthy social norms? A couple of examples suggest this is not only possible, but highly successful in contexts where other appeals fail.
"Invited Perspective - Engaging Aspirations to Nurture Communities,"
Subsistence Marketplaces: Vol. 1:
1, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/subsistencemarketplaces/vol1/iss1/3
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