- Publisert mandag 01. november 2010 00:00
- Skrevet av Ingebjørg Vestrum
This study builds upon a practice oriented approach and social capital to illustrate how the action patterns of community entrepreneurs and social context impact on the acquisition of resources of community ventures. The study shows that community ventures emerge through a dualistic process of resource configuration and creative practice. The community entrepreneur needs to be eminent both in the practice of cultural reproduction and resource configuration. The creative practice is crucial for the reduction of barriers in the community and to gain access to embedded resources.