Ville et jeunesse: créativité éducative et poétique de la socialisation

Journal title CADMO
Author/s Alain Vulbeau
Publishing Year 2007 Issue 2007/2
Language Italian Pages 12 P. 29-40 File size 116 KB
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Youth and city are two concepts in deep change: they are open to new forms and relevant to observe social creativity. If we consider that youth is always in an educational relation with its environment, we can appropriately link two issues: youth socialization and learning cities. However, the topic of learning cities is often focused on one theme: the assortment of educational places which are complementary to school. Another issue is important in order to define learning cities: the urban public spaces. The appropriation process of public spaces reveals relations between youth and institutions. Rollerblading in Paris gives an example of negotiation between police and youth about the way to take up public spaces, and shows the emergence of new urban actors. Keywords youth socialisation, urban sociability, space appropriation, rollerblading, learning city

Alain Vulbeau, Ville et jeunesse: créativité éducative et poétique de la socialisation in "CADMO" 2/2007, pp 29-40, DOI: