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1 Cliquez pour modifier le style des sous-titres du masque 30/11/2011 Territoire d’Europe, regards d’européens European territory vs European regards Dr François Moullé, Artois University (Fr.) Dr Sylvie Condette, Charles de Gaulle - Lille 3 University (Fr.) Jean Perlein, Artois University (Fr.) Colloque : Europe seen from here and Elsewhere 1-2 December 2011, Rouen

2 30/11/ SHARP project SHARP (a platform for SHAre and RePresenting) is a specific research narrowly linked with action : « a kind of research wherein you can find a willful action to change reality ; There is a binary objective : transform reality and build knowledge upon those transformations » (Hugon et Seibel, 1988, p.13)

3 30/11/2011 SHARP’s Partners

4 30/11/2011 The programme objectives( ) Create and test a pedagogical Kit for education trainers/teachers through Europe Propose a training session for the next Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) Offer a website to share European knowledge on education issues

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6 2. Identity meetings: A methodology to analyse a territory Methodology used in October 2010 and March 2011

7 30/11/2011 Methodology (1) Confrontation of theoretical and conceptual approaches : on territory, identity, empowerment, « glocalisation » Presentation of the interview guide (DYRTproduction) Video tool for interviews History of the Pas-de-Calais mining area (North of France)

8 30/11/2011 A specific territory: The mining area SALLAUMINES

9 30/11/2011 Methodology (2) Panorama of the territory from the Vimy site Route in Sallaumines and visit of various places Interviews: – Diversity of origins : natives, Polish, Slovene, Portuguese, Italian, Moroccan – Diversity of status : former miners, miners' wives, miners' sons, elected members, voluntaries in people's education …

10 30/11/2011 Methodology (3) Workshops for the trainees : – Discussions and debriefing – Work on the interviews – Video editing with the trainees' conclusions Analysis of the documentary corpus Dissemination of results

11 30/11/ The various European regards point out the diversity of European territories One example of analysed material The main results

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13 Main remarks from the interviewed people They were quite surprised with our survey laying on theirs lives (complex of an area deeply touched by economic crisis) The affirmation of a French identity (major role of the French Republican school system) Their origins are just hinted at : through cooking, music; but the native language is rarely mastered The native country : is mostly unknown (but why not visiting it as a tourist) Deep link with the mining area, and its social life

14 30/11/2011 Main remarks from the trainees They were surprised with the attachment to national identity...and also with the distance to the native countries They share a real attachment to the mining area even if work is scarce

15 30/11/2011 The main paradox : – The majority of these people is born of immigration – The local history, the strength of social bounds, assistantship (…) produced a strong attachment to that territory (settled way of life) The attachment to a territory which is not very attractive (because of the landscape, of huge unemployment... ) seems to be not important Those people seem to be far from a mondialised logic Questioning of the specific term of « glocalisation »

16 30/11/2011 Major questions Can we imagine a European citizenship which could respect and promote strong territory bounds? = This is a major issue in the SHARP programme Are interculturality, and progressive recognition of alterity, strong enough to territorialize Europe? Can we characterized Europe by a juxtaposition of specific territories?

17 30/11/2011 Conclusion Our research was built on a self-training belonging to an educative programme The trainees are mostly convinced Europeans (a bias to our analysis) The strength of the meeting revealed identity and territory differences The mixing of European nations is not enough to create a European identity

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