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L'océan, entre rêve et poubelle : représentations, pratiques et contradictions

Abstract : Ocean, the cradle of Earth’s life, supplies multiple resources that evolve continuously. As such the ocean is the target of many representations in societies whether they live far or not from it. All of them have similar representations, linked to ancient or new practices, scheduled or temporary uses which shape these pictures. The rise of tourism has normalized the access to the ocean for holidays and this destination is still privileged. At the same time, consumption society has made exploded plastic use and now, it is largely common. Waste invades the marine environment and then, they reveal the lack of interest of societies to these dailies elements whose destiny seems to them uncertain, but far from their responsibility. However, if plastic pollution appears to be known, it does not change ocean representations, showing a type of ignorance.
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Maylis Matarin. L'océan, entre rêve et poubelle : représentations, pratiques et contradictions. Environnement et Société. 2018. ⟨dumas-03103936⟩

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