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The Death of Motoring? - car making and automobility in the 21st century

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In recent years, the automobile industry has been facing social and environmental pressure to change and become more ecologically sound. Whilst car manufacturers have taken steps to introduce new technologies such as the hybrid vehicles, fundamentally the industry remains the same. This study, with its research extending over decade or so, examines the history, trends, current state, and future of the car industry. The perspective of the study is broad and includes social, economic, environmental, and political influences.

The researchers define precisely what thwarts the car industry's attempt to transform itself to produce environmentally sound vehicles. The authors acknowledge that many of the industry's barriers to change have also been the industry's leading strengths. They acknowledge how the industry is embedded in the social life of countries; how it generates considerable economic wealth; how many other types of producers and services are bound up with car production; how the very infrastructure of many countries is constructed around the premise of current motoring; how even new concepts for automobiles take several years to be realised. Addressing these factors, the authors make an empirical exploration of solutions for more sustainable mobility.

BOOK CONDITION : Very Good : some bumping to head and foot of spine covering; mild shelfwear along edges of covers; mild rubbing; otherwise covers in very good shape; minor thumbing; signature to inside pastedown at top; inside pages in excellent condition with preserved whites and tones; binding strong and secure. Bookseller Inventory 001542

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Added value:
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Author(s):
Nieuwenhuis, Paul & Wells, Peter
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Edition:
1st (1997)
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0471970840
ISBN-13:
9780471970842
Number of pages:
257
Publisher:
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, England, 1997
Title:
The Death of Motoring? - car making and automobility in the 21st century

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In recent years, the automobile industry has been facing social and environmental pressure to change and become more ecologically sound. Whilst car manufacturers have taken steps to introduce new technologies such as the hybrid vehicles, fundamentally the industry remains the same. This study, with its research extending over decade or so, examines the history, trends, current state, and future of the car industry. The perspective of the study is broad and includes social, economic, environmental, and political influences.

The researchers define precisely what thwarts the car industry's attempt to transform itself to produce environmentally sound vehicles. The authors acknowledge that many of the industry's barriers to change have also been the industry's leading strengths. They acknowledge how the industry is embedded in the social life of countries; how it generates considerable economic wealth; how many other types of producers and services are bound up with car production; how the very infrastructure of many countries is constructed around the premise of current motoring; how even new concepts for automobiles take several years to be realised. Addressing these factors, the authors make an empirical exploration of solutions for more sustainable mobility.

BOOK CONDITION : Very Good : some bumping to head and foot of spine covering; mild shelfwear along edges of covers; mild rubbing; otherwise covers in very good shape; minor thumbing; signature to inside pastedown at top; inside pages in excellent condition with preserved whites and tones; binding strong and secure. Bookseller Inventory 001542

Added value:
1st edition
Author(s):
Nieuwenhuis, Paul & Wells, Peter
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.
Edition:
1st (1997)
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0471970840
ISBN-13:
9780471970842
Number of pages:
257
Publisher:
John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, England, 1997
Title:
The Death of Motoring? - car making and automobility in the 21st century

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