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La ville intelligente : objet au cœur de nombreuses controverses

Abstract : Smart cities" are still largely curious objects as much as curiosity in the social sciences. They have difficulty in establishing themselves as objects of study because they are not an easy category to identify and objectify. One of the main reasons for this difficulty is that, along with scientific proto-objects, they are also commercial products. This is not unusual: it is often the case with new questions when they are trying to impose themselves and before the process of circulation of ideas between the different actors involved either directly or indirectly in the design of public policies. We do not suggest here a scientific definition of the "smart city", we try to highlight to what scientific questions this emergence refers and in what it suggests possible answers. Regardless of whether or not the term "smart city" is being implemented, it is currently capturing a significant share of emerging issues in contemporary urban development: the place of big data, the modernization / transformation of urban services, the status of discrete actors of the inhabitants / citizens ...
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Emmanuel Eveno. La ville intelligente : objet au cœur de nombreuses controverses. Quaderni, Éditions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 2018, Smart city "Fiction" et innovation stratégique, pp.29-41. ⟨10.4000/quaderni.1174⟩. ⟨hal-02075051⟩



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