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Title(s)Laying the base for CSX-Care: From Burn-out, Stress, Isolation, and Shame to Self-Care, Connection, Vulnerability, and Community Care
CreatorHurtado, Susana Sierra
Baghirzade, Nazli
Baliyan, Saksham
AbstractIn this chapter, we aim to present how shame, vulnerability, self-care and community care interrelate to one another and how they help build the necessary foundation for mutual care in interdependent communities, and thus for community-supported projects (CSX). Furthermore, we argue that by looking at the role of shame and vulnerability within our personal life, as we simultaneously learn to take care of ourselves, we then lay a solid foundation for learning how to support others. We then suggest that at the birthplace between healthy sustainable self-care and community care, people and communities are able to shift from a hyper-individualized lifestyle (isolation, disconnection) to a more collective community-centered approach (belonging and connection) that finally creates the perfect recipe for the creation of CSX Projects and a more inclusive and kinder economy for all.
Year of publication in PubData2023
Publishing typeFirst publication
Publication versionPublished version
Date issued2023-08-09
Creation contextResearch
NotesDiese studentische Ausarbeitung entstand im Rahmen der Lehrveranstaltung "#CSX: Community Supported Economy: New entrepreneurial narratives in words & deeds", die innerhalb des Komplementärstudiums des "Leuphana Sustainable Entrepreneurship Certificate" stattfand.
Published byMedien- und Informationszentrum, Leuphana Universität Lüneburg
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Title of the resource typeCommunity Supported Economy – CSX – New entrepreneurial narratives in words, deeds, and pictures
Publication year2023
PublisherLeuphana Universitätsbibliothek
Place of publicationLüneburg
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