Territorial Intelligence Communicational and Community System (TICCS)

Abstract : Information and Communication Sciences and Territorial Intelligence concept maintain multiple relations today. The method of territorial observation Catalyse, carried by the European Network of Territorial Intelligence, proposes a modelling under the shape of what Jean-Jacques Girardot calls a territorial intelligence community system (TICS, Girardot 2008). It is by the organization of the structuralization of the information, and by the conception of the process of communication that this kind of system takes life, and it is these aspects which we détail here to illustrate that both notions bring mutually. Experiments of research-action led in France, in Spain and in Europe feed these reflections, of which take advantage the initial trainings as continuous (professionals), who also improve the methodological principle of the TICS. Actions realized in partnership with the City of Besançon (Doubs), with the Accem, Spanish NGO, and Adapei of Besançon, local association, will then be convened. They demonstrated the utility and the contribution of a multidisciplinary approach integrating SIC, the Sciences of the Language, the Territorial Intelligence, the ergonomics etc. They also asked new questions as the place of the medium in the processes of communication.
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Cyril Masselot. Territorial Intelligence Communicational and Community System (TICCS). Res-Ricerca e Sviluppo per le politiche sociali., 2009, Territorial Intelligence, pp. 90 - 104. ⟨halshs-01521592⟩

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