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Sustainable system of systems at work: unravelling (some of) the complexity of farmers’ transition to sustainability

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To support sustainable development, several researchers in ergonomics propose a comprehensive approach to work situations or the systems in which they are embedded. This article empirically instantiates one of the proposed models – the Sustainable System of Systems (SSoS) model – in the case of the work of farmers engaged in agroecological transitions. It thus explores complexity regarding sustainability, and to highlight its contributions and limits. Based on a case study, our results illustrate how the macro, meso and micro levels of SSoS are finely articulated in workers’ concerns, decisions, and trajectories to sustainability. We enrich this approach with a diachronic method to support the actors involved in such transitions as they navigate the complexities of sustainable transition.
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hal-03919693 , version 1 (03-01-2023)

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Marie Chizallet, Flore Barcellini, Lorène Prost. Sustainable system of systems at work: unravelling (some of) the complexity of farmers’ transition to sustainability. Ergonomics, 2023, pp.1-15. ⟨10.1080/00140139.2022.2163687⟩. ⟨hal-03919693⟩
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