Les passions de l'élu local, du notable au médiateur

Abstract : Political Science works on decentralization in France show a progressive hybridization of local elected representatives (both notable and boss). This paper assumes that we must also focus on more symbolic aspects of the electoral mandate in its historical and emotional dimensions. Recent works suggest in this regard that beyond the French case, local political leaders now build a significant part of their legitimacy on their ability to embody mediator territory and telling its identity.
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Alain Faure. Les passions de l'élu local, du notable au médiateur. Histoire@politique, Centre d'histoire de Sciences Po, 2015, Notables et République en France de 1870 à nos jours, pp.1-10. ⟨halshs-01139323⟩

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