I have a doctors degree in Human Geography from Stockholm University. My master degree (Magister) in Human Geography is from Stockholm University and I have also a Bachelor degree in Human Geography, tourismprogram from Linnéuniversity (Kalmar Högskola)
My main interests are in human geography and more specific in economic geography, labour, mobility, energy and tourism.
Human geography, economic geography, tourism, energy sustainability, mobility
The specific objective in this project is to analyse how collaboration in renovation processes can achieve energy efficiency and social sustainability. In Sweden municipalities purchase elderly care service and rent homes for this purpose. Hence, many actors with diverse interests must collaborate when there is a need for renovation of these homes for elderly. I want to understand the possibilities and constraints for this energy efficiently and social sustainability in renovation of this kind of buildings. Energy efficient in this case is about how people can reduce the use the energy technology in their homes (refrigerator, radiator, stove and so on). It is about how the owner of the building in the renovation process can help the people living there to do so and also the employees working there. Social sustainability aims to the people in the renovation process. It is both about the renovation process in it self and the people that are involved in that and also about the people affected by the renovation. The sociotechnical approach is important and referring to the interaction between people and technology.
Key words: knowledge, social sustainability, energy efficiency, renovation process
Publications and conference presentations:
Trygg. K & Köhler. H (2015) Exkursioner, varför då? Geografiska notiser 73:1 s 16-22
Trygg. K (2014). Kunskapsarbetets geografi. Geografiska Notiser 72:2 s. 80-95.
Trygg K. (2014) Arbetets geografi. Kunskapsarbetes organisation och utförande i tidrummet. Doktorsavhandling i kulturgeografi. Stockholms universitet
Hermelin B & Trygg K. (2012) New geographies of work: A case Study from Sweden. Urbani-izziv (23): 1 s. 126-134
I am teaching in geography and tourism studies and more specific in; human geography economic geography, urban and regional planning, methods
Telephone: 013-28 57 18
Fax: 013-28 44 61
E-mail: kristina firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Thematic Studies -
Technology and Social Change
SE-581 83 Linköping
Technology and Social Change is an interdisciplinary research unit focusing on how social actors create and use technology, and how technical change is woven together with cultural patterns, daily life, politics, energy systems, learning, and the economy in history and society.
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