Article | Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research | From Creep to Co-op: Research(er) Paying the Cost of Discplacement?

Title:
From Creep to Co-op: Research(er) Paying the Cost of Discplacement?
Author:
Joakim Forsemalm: Gothenburg Research Institute (GRI), Gothenburg University, Sweden
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.135385
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Year:
2013
Volume:
5
Theme:
Theme: Communicating Culture in Practice Edited by Samantha Hyler

Pages:
385-397
No. of pages:
13
Publication type:
Article
Published:
2013-09-26


As discussed by planning researchers Jalakas & Larsson (2008), in Sweden, societal issues such as social sustainability, urban life and gender fails to travel from comprehensive documents in the urban planning system to the legislative ones (i.e. the “detailed development plans”). This might, as this essay argues, have to do with the absence of “cultural brokers”, i.e a kind of translator of the narratives told in a particular society. Can researchers act as such translators – increasing the precence of cultural and everyday-life experiences in legislative planning documents? This essay discusses problems and possibilities with an ethnography engageing with/in society.

Keywords: Urban planning; ethnography; cultural planning; cultural broker

Volume 5, Theme: Theme: Communicating Culture in Practice Edited by Samantha Hyler

, Article 24, 2013

Author:
Joakim Forsemalm
Title:
From Creep to Co-op: Research(er) Paying the Cost of Discplacement?:
DOI:
10.3384/cu.2000.1525.135385
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  • Volume 5, Theme:: Theme: Communicating Culture in Practice Edited by Samantha Hyler

    , Article 24, 2013

    Author:
    Joakim Forsemalm
    Title:
    From Creep to Co-op: Research(er) Paying the Cost of Discplacement?:
    DOI:
    10.3384/cu.2000.1525.135385
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