Le marché de Sabra à Beyrouth par l’image et le son. Retour sur une enquête intensive

Abstract : This paper aims to provide a methodological contribution to study relationship in the dense and heterogeneous human places of gathering. It describes the audio-visual method used in a Beirut market located in the district of Sabra, near Chatila. Every Sunday, Asian migrants mainly from Bangladesh spread out their own sociable and commercial activities in the market usually occupied by Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. The research seeks to describe how the outsiders takes place in this place and to analyze the sensorial and relational experiences of the actors involved in the market from recorded sequences of various kinds: pictures, videos and sounds. Sabra is a social space where, actors, outsiders and dominants, immersed in a sensorial environment they are also producing, imagine different ways to communicate together.
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Houda Kassatly, Nicolas Puig, Michel Tabet. Le marché de Sabra à Beyrouth par l’image et le son. Retour sur une enquête intensive. Revue Europeenne des Migrations Internationales, Cnrs, 2016, 32 (3-4), pp.37-68. ⟨10.4000/remi.8179⟩. ⟨hal-01679655⟩



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