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Mouvements-Réseau : technique, environnement et socialités à l'époque de l'Anthropocène

Abstract : This research reflects on the new forms of social mobilization that emerge in response to the advent of digital networks and the environmental crisis. We value two epistemological axes. The first based on the question of technology beyond the instrumentality and the second on the notion of ecosophy. Our empirical observation network is formed by the groups mobilized around the environmental theme relating to the more than three hundred canalized and buried rivers in the city of São Paulo, Brazil, henceforth visible through digital devices and architectures such as maps, audio guides, collaborative platforms, web sites and social networks. From the immersion in these networks, we try to expand our sociological view considering the social not as the field of exclusive human acting, but as consisting of different beings and modes of existence, including technical objects, natural elements and natural phenomena. In this sense, we propose in this research the concept of movements-network to give form to these new mobilizations and associations characterized by hybridity between the territory and urban, environmental and technical spaces, as well as the desire to dwell the Earth otherwise.
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Dayana Karla Melo Da Silva. Mouvements-Réseau : technique, environnement et socialités à l'époque de l'Anthropocène. Sociologie. Université Sorbonne Paris Cité, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016USPCB019⟩. ⟨tel-01585961⟩



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