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Les citoyens acteurs de l’aménagement urbain : Rennes et ses habitants à l’épreuve du budget participatif

Abstract : Participatory experiences in Europe are increasing in order to balance representative democracy crisis. Include in this movement, the Rennes participatory budget is the promise of establishing a new link between inhabitants, citizenship and urbanism. Firstly, this study focuses on the motivations and identity of the inhabitants taking part in the dispositive. Then, it describes the participatory budget process and its influence on citizens. Finally, the acting power on urbanism given to the Rennais is reserved. Only a part of the population is able to access it and the empowerment allowed by the dispositive is limited.
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Chloë Rutault. Les citoyens acteurs de l’aménagement urbain : Rennes et ses habitants à l’épreuve du budget participatif. Sciences de l'ingénieur [physics]. 2019. ⟨dumas-03197187⟩

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