La sociabilité n’est plus ce qu’elle était… Réseau associatif et vitalité du monde rural. L’exemple des plateaux de l’Aubrac et de Millevaches
Abstract[paper in French] What does sociability mean today in a village? Is it still local? Has it been really local once? How do associative networks use, produce and reinvent the sociability in a village? Do they bring new places of sociability on the foreground? Which territories do they build? To respond all these questions, we study the cultural associations in Aubrac and Millevaches and make appear the determinant factors of the sociability among the population: the existence of old networks like the ‘amicales’, the professional and social composition of the population, the presence or not of neo-rural people, the local history and its reception outside of the local area. In conclusion, one question raises: Should we rather talk of local sociability or of a permanent recycling of local motives matched by loan and supposing ceaseless cultural transfers?
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by INRA Department of Economics in its journal Review of Agricultural and Environmental Studies.
Volume (Year): 93 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
rurality; sociability; heritage; local culture; territory; associative network; Millevaches; Aubrac;
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