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Sur le terrain de l’océanographie politique : carnets de terrain, ethnographie multi-sites et modes de gouvernement de la Mer au croisement des sciences sociales et des sciences de la nature

Abstract : This article presents a part of the ‘Field notebooks’ of the members of the International Multidisciplinary Thematic Network (RTPi) of CNRS ApoliMer (political anthropology of the sea), which focuses on the form of government of the sea, at the crossroads of the social sciences policy and natural sciences. Throughout the text, some of the ethnographic materials from the team’s fieldwork surveys are used to describe how ApoliMer tracks governance on marine and coastal lands in an interdisciplinary manner. This article is also an opportunity to expose the genesis and evolution of the RTPi, through the various ‘seasons’ of research that has marked its existence since its birth in 2013–2014
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Anatole Danto, Camille Mazé, Olivier Ragueneau. Sur le terrain de l’océanographie politique : carnets de terrain, ethnographie multi-sites et modes de gouvernement de la Mer au croisement des sciences sociales et des sciences de la nature. Social Science Information, SAGE Publications, 2018, 57 (3), pp.448-475. ⟨10.1177/0539018418794329⟩. ⟨hal-01859097⟩

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