Human territorialisation is a spontaneous and fundamental social process that has been the subject of intense debate since mid-20th century, and this has began to turn it from an un-reflexive pattern into an increasingly deliberate collective practice. In this essay, we propose to direct our attention to how a specific type of community practice such as co-design and cultural mapping can have an impact on territorialisation.

Making territory through cultural mapping and co-design. How community practices promote territorialisation / Chiesi, Leonardo; Costa, Paolo. - STAMPA. - (2016), pp. 146-161.

Making territory through cultural mapping and co-design. How community practices promote territorialisation

CHIESI, LEONARDO;COSTA, PAOLO
2016

Abstract

Human territorialisation is a spontaneous and fundamental social process that has been the subject of intense debate since mid-20th century, and this has began to turn it from an un-reflexive pattern into an increasingly deliberate collective practice. In this essay, we propose to direct our attention to how a specific type of community practice such as co-design and cultural mapping can have an impact on territorialisation.
9781138830080
Cultural Sustainability and Regional Development. Theories and Practices of Territorialisation
146
161
Chiesi, Leonardo; Costa, Paolo
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