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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:French
Record Number:54156
Doc. No:TL24110
Call number:‭NR38637‬
Main Entry:Claire Roberge
Title & Author:L'espace transnational et la localité: Le reseautage et la sédimentation du passageClaire Roberge
College:McGill University (Canada)
Date:2007
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2007
Page No:257
Abstract:Conceptualizing the locality today in the global context means to be able to consider a level of denationalisation of the actor (of a locality) participating in a networked situation with actors from other localities. This thesis introduces a new conceptualization of the locality participating in a transnational network. The network, CEARENAD, involved six localities (Brazil, Chili, Costa-Rica, Senegal, Mauritius and Canada) who co-constructed contents for five years. This research is about presenting not a «mode d'emploi» about whether this particular network was successful or not. What truly motivated me, during and about this research, was to reflect on my observations of this network to build a new conceptualisation about the intertwinments of a locality and another space. This is what this thesis is about. «La sedimentation du passage» renders a rigorous description of the numerous processes which bring the locality to the front line. This study shows the description (Latour: 1987, 1999) of the participative actions of the actors involved in the network. The sedimentation of the passage reveals the repercussions of the mediations between the localities. This theorization activates, in other ways, the denationalization of actors, and, adds to the cultural construct of the network as well as to the possibilities of the Politic (Sassen: 2006). This is an example of a networked knowledge production while, at the same time, and this may be of most importance, it is also an example of how today's reading of the locality deepens the necessity of participative actions in the mediations and mediatizations (Darbellay: 2006) of materialities in the contemporary globalization. The sedimentation of the passage allows one to read what circulation(s) are actually chosen to be materialized in and for the locality.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Locality; Networks; Transnational network; Mass media; 0708:Mass media
Added Entry:McGill University (Canada)