Le concept de « politiques de l’identité de lieu » comme outil pour mieux comprendre la marginalisation des terres agricoles dans la commune périurbaine de Wollondilly, Nouvelle-Galles du Sud, Australie [The concept of ‘politics of place identity’ as a tool to better understand the marginalisation of farmlands in the peri-urban Shire of Wollondilly, New South Wales, Australia]

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Les terres agricoles face à l’urbanisation —De la donnée à l’action, quels rôles pour l’information? [FARMLAND FACED WITH URBANISATION From data to action, what part can information play?], 2018, Éditions Quae, pp. 152 - 173
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In this chapter, which presents some of the results developed in our thesis (Ruoso, 2018), we will try, using the concept of "identity politics of place ", to show how some actors manage to marginalize agriculture in peri-urban landscapes by instrumentalising planning processes, and in particular land rezoning applications. We will also see how this mechanism is reinforced, on the one hand, by the priority given, in planning, population projections and housing needs arising from it, and, secondly, through the use of information, including validity can be discussed, with regard to the viability of agricultural land.
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