TERRITORY AND TERRITORIALIZATION: PRESENT STATE OF THE CAENTI THOUGHT

Abstract : This presentation aims at summing up the present state of the scientific thought about territory, territoriality and process of site specification. In this way, it uses recent scientific works which were led between 2004 and 2006 by ENTI and CAENTI in Pecs (HU, 2004), Liege (BE, 2005) and Aix-en-Provence (FR, 2005 & 2006). From different disciplinary points of view (education science, geography, information and communication science, sociology...), we should think about fundamental questions, and especially about the suggestion of a first interdisciplinary definition. Territories refer to "places, that are not necessarily adjacent, but that are networked, fitted together into changing scales, which are productive of meanings and identities" (CHAMPOLLION & POIREY, 2004). So "there is no territory, even immaterial territory, without a collective projection of its actors on a common structuring future which generates identity and symbolic" (CHAMPOLLION & PIPONNIER, 2005). New specific developments of this concept building will be expected in 2007. The process of site specification or territorialization, that is to say the connexions between human community and space, will be made particularly explicit thank to the notions of project, networking, identity, community, ...
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International Conference of Territorial Intelligence, Sep 2006, Alba Iulia, Romania. p51-58, 2007, INTI-International Network of Territorial Intelligence
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Pierre Champollion. TERRITORY AND TERRITORIALIZATION: PRESENT STATE OF THE CAENTI THOUGHT. International Conference of Territorial Intelligence, Sep 2006, Alba Iulia, Romania. p51-58, 2007, INTI-International Network of Territorial Intelligence. 〈halshs-00999026〉

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