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Sentiment d'appartenance et intelligence territoriale : une application au contexte tunisien

Abstract : Our research has been established as part of the interdisciplinary research program languages, objects, territories and hospitality. Our goal is to understand the informational, communicational and management processes for the development of areas of Nabeul and Medenine under the CGDR and ODS, and to estimate and evaluate the nature of the relationship between sense of belonging and the Territorial Enhancement through the collective intelligence devices. The anchor of our research in interdisciplinary fields of management, information and communication sciences has enabled us to understand our research object in a logic of exploitation practices and devices management planning and in the spirit of communication, transmission of information, funding and dissemination of knowledge. All these practices are selected through the felt to the area in terms of identity, attachment and solidarity. Ultimately this thesis reveals the causal links between the sense of belonging and the dimensions of the TIE and some dimensions of the TKM and the PTI. Our proposals invite the diagnosis, evaluation and understanding the reason of the abandonment of certain practices of territorial intelligence, the adoption of new forms of territorial public communication and to strengthen the sense of belonging and to ensure better sharing and dissemination of information.
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Syrine Ben Slymen. Sentiment d'appartenance et intelligence territoriale : une application au contexte tunisien. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, 2014. Français. ⟨NNT : 2014NICE2038⟩. ⟨tel-01135966⟩



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