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Contribution of socio-technical systems theory concepts to a framework of Territorial Intelligence.

Abstract : Territorial intelligence approach to sustainable development is largely relying on two major paradigms of modern social sciences: social constructivism and systems theory as keys to manage complexity. But, whether in current definitions or practical applications, that is implicitly assessed by authors. The aim of this communication is to revisit some of the key concepts and principles of socio-technical systems theory to build up a consistent, explicit and practical framework of territorial intelligence achievements in order to contribute to a general theory of that new field of knowledge.
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P. Dumas, J.-P. Gardere, Y. Bertacchini. Contribution of socio-technical systems theory concepts to a framework of Territorial Intelligence.. In International Conference of Territorial Intelligence, Huelva 2007., Oct 2007, Huelva, Spain. p. 92-105. ⟨halshs-00516288⟩

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