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Community development and social actor theories: a case study in Montréal (Canada)

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Author(s): G. Sénécal

Journal: Social Geography (SG)
ISSN 1729-4274

Volume: 7;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 37;
Date: 2012;
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ABSTRACT
Research focusing on community development processes is increasingly making use of the notion of actor. Actors are engaged in a system of actions. A range of sociological theories has given rise to the various stances adopted by social actors, including the theatrical actor, the strategic actor, the actor-network, or the reflexive actor. We review these theories in an attempt to define an analytical framework by employing what we call a bricolage methodology. The aim is to gain insight on the interactions that bind together the various stakeholders by function (acting and the actors' roles) in the fields of action (the scenes of interaction and real interventions) and on effects (the results of these actions). We then propose to apply our analytical framework to a case study on the process of developing an action plan in the Villeray district of Montréal (Québec, Canada).
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