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Conflits locaux en élevage porcin : jeux d'acteurs, déterminants et enjeux pour la filière et la démocratie de proximité

Abstract : This report aims at a better understanding of controversies of pig farming in taking into account technical democracy reinforcement and increasing social demands to livestock farming. The work is based on a study of ten localized conflicts cases, through interviews of conflicts actors, associated with public inquiries reports and daily regional press. Considering actor’s visions of pig farming and farmers, arguments and strategies during the conflicts, the report describes conflictual processes at the local scale. General determinants are identified and some suggestions elaborated in order to facilitate cooperation when elaborating projects. Localized conflicts can finally been considered as symptoms of the transformation of public decision and action, rather than symptoms of the rural space evolution.
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Mathilde Salinas. Conflits locaux en élevage porcin : jeux d'acteurs, déterminants et enjeux pour la filière et la démocratie de proximité. Sciences agricoles. 2014. ⟨dumas-01103154⟩

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