De l'isolement social aux territoires sociables : recherche impliquée sur l'intervention sociale en milieu rural, à l'épreuve de l'innovation territoriale

Abstract : Rural areas benefit from a new attractiveness to a part of the French population. Yet, the challenges facing these territories are not small, in a context where their low population and service densities expose some people to different forms of isolation and social vulnerabilities. Rural social workers have to deal with their daily actions, sometimes between invisible public and complex institutions, with often limited material means. Not really studied, the phenomena of isolation and social intervention in rural areas yet show practices that still link where we would think to find that unbinding. On the basis of an "involved" research, bringing together the theories of disaffiliation and a sociology of attachments, this study proposes to think about social intervention in rural communities, which are also institutionally encouraged to innovate. In support of an immersion and collective experimentation carried out over five years, this research presents the outline of a sociable territorial organization: capacitive, connected and reflexive.
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Boris Chevrot. De l'isolement social aux territoires sociables : recherche impliquée sur l'intervention sociale en milieu rural, à l'épreuve de l'innovation territoriale. Sociologie. Université de Lyon, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018LYSE2099⟩. ⟨tel-02050550⟩

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