Humanicité, de l’utopie à l’hétérotopie. Recherche en Information-Communication accompagnant un projet d’innovation urbaine.

Abstract : Humanicité is a new neighborhood, born on the initiative of the Catholic University of Lille which wanted, through this urban project, to expand and diversify its health and medico-social activities. It is about creating a place full of diversity where all the members of society are present, including people with disabilities. This utopian project is also about co-creating, with all the stakeholders involved, innovations developed in response to issues related to this new living space. To guide the emergence of this process and also to organize the participation of the inhabitants and users, the whole neighbourhood houses a Living Lab. This utopia, a projected form of another society which would be better and fairer, pursues the objective of being translated into reality. Following authors like Ricœur, we assume that utopia is fundamentally achievable and that doing so embarks on a process of translation, mobilizes objects, and spreads by the growing of interactions until it confronts the reality of becoming material. When it becomes real, this utopia creates a heterotopia - a space of otherness - which reveals the appropriations and perceptions of space. In this study the objective is to understand the process by which an urban innovation project becomes that of its inhabitants and stakeholders who have and will have to live in it.
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Lydie Lenne. Humanicité, de l’utopie à l’hétérotopie. Recherche en Information-Communication accompagnant un projet d’innovation urbaine.. Sociologie. Université Charles de Gaulle - Lille III, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017LIL30021⟩. ⟨tel-01767635⟩

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