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La réanimation des objets mourants

Abstract : This thesis aims to highlight the impact that a "ressourcerie" can have in the district where it is established and here, the district Noailles in Marseille. The "ressourceries" are associative structures that are characterized by a deep ecological interest centered mainly on waste prevention and reduction. Here, you could find many objects to sell but their specificity is to be second-hand objects. These donated objects are collected, or are gleaned from the street, or come from voluntary contributions. Then they will be recovered by reuse to be redistributed, sold off. Following the investigation in the "ressourcerie", the reflection of the author will take two steps. First, the ethnographic study of the association, the local and the team will highlight a way of life in a between state. Then, an anthropological reflection on what are the objects that are given and sold to the "ressourcerie", brings to rethink the concepts of object and waste. Moreover, these mixed dating between human and objects (non human) will wonder about what objects invite us to do with them.
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Stéphanie Messal. La réanimation des objets mourants. Anthropologie sociale et ethnologie. Aix-Marseille Université, 2014. Français. ⟨tel-01001683⟩



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