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La SCOP, l'institution, et la culture comme compromis(sion)

Abstract : What is happening when an institution hires an “educational cooperative” for its participative expertise to redefine both its cultural policy, its mediation methods and its internal management ? Our contribution aims at restoring collaboration between two organizations which, although they are driven by the same desire (and the same imperative) to produce “participatory”, do not share either its definition or its issues. For one, participatory should be a way to reform the common methods of cultural environment; for the other, it must lead to a political turmoil. From our scientific residence, we would like to describe the divisions and affinities between the two approaches that try to investigate together what "participate" means.
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Benjamin Tremblay, Simona Mattia. La SCOP, l'institution, et la culture comme compromis(sion). Actes du Colloque “Chercheur.e.s et acteur.e.s de la participation : Liaisons dangereuses et relations fructueuses”, GIS Participation et Démocratie, 2015, Actes du Colloque “Chercheur.e.s et acteur.e.s de la participation : Liaisons dangereuses et relations fructueuses”, http://www.participation-et-democratie.fr/node/1803. ⟨halshs-01155692⟩

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