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Le retoriche della diversità nei piani per una città globale: narrazioni del cambiamento e reazioni locali a dalston (East London)
Titolo Rivista: ARCHIVIO DI STUDI URBANI E REGIONALI 
Autori/Curatori: Paola Briata 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2016 Fascicolo: 115 Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  24 P. 27-50 Dimensione file:  178 KB
DOI:  10.3280/ASUR2016-115002
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L’articolo propone una riflessioni sugli usi della "diversità" nella pianificazione, con riferimento a un caso nell’ambito del London Plan. Si evidenzia come diversità sia un concetto che rischia di essere usato in modo ambiguo, lasciando spazio per mobilitare una retorica della differenza funzionale a narrazioni del cambiamento dove aspetti di giustizia sociale e spaziale vengono riformulati e messi al servizio di obiettivi di politiche orientate esclusivamente alla crescita delle città.


Keywords: Diversità, pianificazione, multiculturalismo quotidiano, sviluppo territoriale, Londra

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