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Housing pathways -  Clapham (2002, p. 63) defines housing pathways as ‘patterns of interaction (practices) concerning house and home, over time and space’. In opposition to what he refers to as positivist housing studies, the pathway approach does not assume that ‘households have a universal set of preferences and act rationally in their attempts to meet them’ (2005: 29). Clapham proposes to integrate perspectives on housing careers (Dieleman 2001; Kendig 1984) with Giddens (1991) structuration theory. He argues that the term ‘housing pathway’ is preferable to that of ‘housing career’.  
- Synonyms: pathways
Hui, A - Things in motion, things in practices -  Things in motion, things in practices: How mobile practice networks facilitate the travel and use of leisure objects Allison Hui  
- Synonyms: objects, souvenirs
Hype Cycle -  It characterizes the typical progression of an emerging technology from overenthusiasm through a period of disillusionment to an eventual understanding of the technology's relevance and role in a market or domain. The first part of the hype curve is driven by vacuous hype — mainly by the media, which speculates on the technology's prospects. The second part of the hype curve primarily is driven by performance gains and adoption growth. The Hype Cycle shows two stages of upward direction (that is, increasing hype) — the lead up to the Peak of Inflated Expectations and the rise up the Slope of Enlightenment. The first rise in hype is the primarily unsubstantial hype that occurs when a (technology) is first discussed in the media. Some (technologies) experience multiple rounds of vacuous hype before beginning a more-serious growth path. The second stage of hype is associated with the beginning of real adoption growth. In many (technology) markets, another "mini-peak" of hype may occur that launches the (technology) up the Slope of Enlightenment.

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