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La patrimonialisation à l'épreuve du terrain : acteurs et enjeux dans la province de Nador (Maroc)

Abstract : This research questions the cultural and social meaning in the qualification process of heritage and in the territory development of the province of Nador (Morocco).Two problematics are derivated from this work : the interpretation of local patrimonial resources and their performance. They were elaborated on the field work and are resulting from all the interactions installed thanks to the ethnographic method led from 2009 to 2012. The main results help in understanding the relationship of different actors with this heritage, including the local population ; the ethnographic approach reveals inhabitants profane knowledge and memory that they transpose in many ways in the emerging local dynamics of the patrimonial action and in the qualification process of cultural heritage of the province. Ultimately, this research reveals tensions and stakes related to the still unstable heritage. Our proposals call for the capitalization of profane knowledge and local expertise and their enrollment in an emerging institutional dynamic in Morocco, in symbolic mediation devices and in public and territorial communication.
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Hayat Zerouali. La patrimonialisation à l'épreuve du terrain : acteurs et enjeux dans la province de Nador (Maroc). Sociologie. Université de Lorraine, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012LORR0361⟩. ⟨tel-01749429⟩



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