Élisabeth Rémy

Sociologue à l'Inra (Institut national de la recherche agronomique), umr Sad (Systèmes agraires et développement)-Apt (Activités, produits, territoires) à Paris, elle travaille depuis plusieurs années sur les controverses dans le domaine de l'environnement et des risques.

L’« espace » d’une controverse. Peer review

Élisabeth Rémy et Valérie November | 18.01.2004

Based on a study done in the domain of the sociology of sciences concerning a controversy surrounding the installation of a high-tension line in Normandy, we have chosen to examine how the space involved contributes to remodelling and reorienting the controversy, as much as the controversy remodels and orients the space. As our analysis progresses, the idea of place becomes significant and seems better adapted to explain the complexity and the variability of the geography of the controversy. In [...]