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La société en mouvement « 2.0 » : quels enjeux, quelles opportunités, quel avenir ?
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Learning in Third Space

A talk at NTNU March 26, 2014
BeerBergman's insight:

Michel Maffesoli écrit, dans les cahiers européens de l'imaginaire, "Ce qui conduit au refus du dualisme cartésien, celui qui sépare la res cogitans et le res extensa. Il n'y a pas de séparation, mais un va et vient. Au dualisme moderne succède le "triadisme" pré et postmoderne" (p. 27). En effet, tout s'accorde pour s'intéresser de très très près à la "hybridisation" et à ses conséquences pour tout ce que l'on fait dans notre société. Extrait.

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Third space The idea of third space comes from hybridity theory (Homi Bhabha), which refers to to mixture, posits that people draw on multiple resources or funds to make a sense of the world and constitute their identity. Originally hybridity is a cross between two separate cultures: not diversity but hybridity. Cultural hybridity is a in-between place, which brings together contradictory knowledges, practices, and discourses: signs can be appropriated, translated, rehistoricized, and read anew (c.f. remixing culture)
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Although, for example, the school space is controlled, it is not absolutely dominated. As Ian Buchanan (1993, para. 21) wrote, controlled space is “reactive rather than active. It is subject to appropriation: its disciplined/dominated spaces... can always be made smooth by their occupants by the act of occupancy itself.” This “occupancy” is tactic. De Certeau (1984) spoke about everyday resistance, in which people undermine imposed power relations.! Kupiainen, R. 2013, Media and Digital Literacies in Secondary School, p. 21"



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