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© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 1 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO Including the Model: The Dynamic Of The Mind Inside And Outside The Now Lecture for the first meeting of the NET-MISES project group by Per Traasdahl, May 2005, firstname.lastname@example.org@artsourcelab.net
© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 2 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO Social framework: The two Community Structures 1.Location-based -Labour opportunities -Safety -Family life -Infrastructure for education, healthcare, public health
© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 3 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO Social framework: The two Community Structures 1.Location-based 2.Interest-based -Individual opportunities § $ - Economic and legal dependencies - Ties to family and culture
© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 4 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO Two cardinal solution strategies for the ghetto 1.Split up the context -Get people to move away + demolish or re-develop => works if labour markets can absorb the target groups
© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 5 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO Two cardinal solution strategies 1.Split up the context - Get people to move away + demolish or rebuild => works if low income markets can absorb target groups 2.Change towards location-based sustainable development
© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 6 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO Partizipation facilitating sustainability Participation Programme 1.Intervention with interest-based communities ?
© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 7 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO Partizipation facilitating sustainability 1.Intervention with interest-based communities ? 2.Sustain, dont drain ! Participation Programme
© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 8 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO Intervention Paradox Motivation starts individually ! => we must find the potential for self-organized interest-based communities within the location-based community
© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 9 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO Intervention Paradox Motivation starts individually ! => we must find the potential for self-organized interest-based communities within the location-based community Low-level: Closed circuits of dependencies
© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 10 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO Intervention Paradox Motivation starts individually ! => we must find the potential for self-organized interest-based communities within the location-based community Low-level: Closed circuits of dependencies High-level: Self-organized marketable systems
© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 11 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO Multiplication Solution Motor: The Social Meta Structure Deals <= give-and-take mentality Fairness <= participative case-monitoring Globalized conditions Project A Stakeholder types Catalysts On-site Experts Project B Project C Support/challenge- analysis Needs Strategic-Model
© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 12 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO The human mind considering the social context Healthy dynamics are instable Fragmentation and continuity always co-exist in our mind The Dynamic Of The Mind Inside And Outside The Now
© ArtSourceLab 2005 – slide 13 NET-MISES - PSYCHOSOCIAL CONDITIONS FOR SELF-ORGANIZATION IN THE GHETTO ArtSourceLab Core group: Per Traasdahl (artist, founder and leading editor), Günter Eisenhardt (filmmaker), Volker Kaul (political scientist), Patrick Grüneberg (philosopher), Sarah Weight (writer and culture-manager), Philipp Gloyer (communication design), Svetlana Danilova (cultural concepts) projects (both in german language) www.teenkom.de www.1001tueren.de english language downloads for the project "Community FairWays": www.artsourcelab.net/downloads/cfw_poster_pdf1.pdfwww.artsourcelab.net/downloads/cfw_poster_pdf1.pdf (3,9 Mb, large Poster for a conference) www.artsourcelab.net/downloads/asl_fairways_intro_29march2004.pdfwww.artsourcelab.net/downloads/asl_fairways_intro_29march2004.pdf (784 Kb, project introduction) Lecture for an international conference for trauma research: www.artsourcelab.net/downloads/narration_traumaberlin03.pdfwww.artsourcelab.net/downloads/narration_traumaberlin03.pdf (1,6 Mb) in the fall of 2004 ArtSourceLab was (as the first representative from the arts) elected full member of the German nationwide network of civil society engagement. The organisation is regarded as the public voice of civil society interests. ArtSourceLab is active in the working group "Corporate Citizenship" artsourcelab.net is currently down for construction ArtSourceLab, Chausseestr. 48 D-10115 Berlin Germany Tel/Fax: +49 30 62737813
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