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Territorialised or without commitment: An in-depth analysis of ‘‘cultural and creative’’ activities in a post-industrial neighbourhood in Grenoble

Abstract : In the context of fusion of cultural and economic spheres, cultural and creative activities are increasingly seen as a homogenous whole despite persistent differences. In order to examine the relevance of this classification, this paper aims to examine the spirit of cultural and creative workers behind their participation in the social life of the urban neighbourhoods where they spatially agglomerate. Based on the research carried out in the post-industrial district of Berriat in Grenoble, an analysis of the cultural and creative workers’ actions and networks leads to two distinct categories. Linked by common characteristics and a similar attachment to their neighbourhood, cultural workers on one hand and creative workers on the other are distinguished by the relations that they have with their home territory.
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Basile Michel, Charles Ambrosino. Territorialised or without commitment: An in-depth analysis of ‘‘cultural and creative’’ activities in a post-industrial neighbourhood in Grenoble. Espace Geographique, Éditions Belin, 2019, 48 (1), pp.1-20. ⟨halshs-03365416⟩

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