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Le projet urbain du Blosne à Rennes (2010-2017) : de l’atelier urbain à une concertation « outillée » et « augmentée » : a-t-on gagné en interactivité ?

Abstract : This communication highlights the evolution of a consultation process within the framework of an urban renewal project in Rennes (France). Seven years are studied to show the transformation of the stakes and the place of digital technology in these systems. This analysis is complemented by an approach to the governance. At the heart of the missions of several departments of the local authority, the implementation of digital democracy is tossed between contradictory objectives (operational, management, visibility, data management). We show that the situation does not favour the emergence of "increased", interactive and permanent participation, that could have been a source of emancipation for local populations.
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Hélène Bailleul, Flavie Ferchaud. Le projet urbain du Blosne à Rennes (2010-2017) : de l’atelier urbain à une concertation « outillée » et « augmentée » : a-t-on gagné en interactivité ?. 7ème colloque du réseau OPDE, Lameta; UMR Innovation; Institut de la concertation; M-Lab Dauphine, Oct 2017, Montpellier, France. ⟨halshs-02314699⟩

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