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Pecs2011-new-LiFE-wp1- Cyril MASSELOT

  1. 1. FP7 project newLIFE“A development driven by well being for a successful socio- ecological transition in Europe” WP1 [Well-being] Cyril MASSELOT Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique Maison des Sciences de l’Homme et de l’Environnement C. N. LEDOUX EA 2281 Laseldi WP1 [Well-being] leader May 2011
  2. 2. FP7–SSH-2011–1: Questions  What are the cultural contexts of the socio- ecological transition? What can interdisciplinary analyses (economics, sociology, history, philosophy, anthropology for example) tell us of the complex collective meanings of "well-being"? 2
  3. 3. Tracks… 3
  4. 4. Work package [Well-being]• Towards a new culture of development   Lead by Cyril Masselot, MSHE C. N. Ledoux, UFC-CNRS, France • Analyse collective and complex meanings of well-being in its daily use, as   well as its political, scientific, cultural and educational constructions. • Examine the cultural contexts of the socio-ecological transition, focusing   the question of temporality, and paying special attention to the role of education and learning systems in enhancing a culture of sustainable development.   • The target is to produce sound knowledge to enlighten the reflections of the other WP, and in connection with WP6 (Governance) and WP8 (Dissemination) to help the stakeholders to use well-being as a driver of social change in a new model of governance for a new path of development. 4
  5. 5. [Well-being] – 1A <well-being>Language and uses of "well being”Animate by Eric BOUTIN, CNRS-Université de Toulon – Var, France• Multidisciplinary approach:   • a synchronic perspective (ontology of well-being);   • a contingent perspective (difference of speech according to the transmitter);   • cultural variations of meaning and values (qualitative surveys inspired by grounded   theory and lexicographical analysis); • a diachronic perspective (studying the evolution of this concept through time).    • To drive this work: studies of multimedia corpuses stemming from Web (webometricanalysis and automatic text processing techniques). Semi-directive interviews of stakeholdersof the project will be also realized and analysed. At last, our perspective will focus on therole that digital technology plays in the expectations and preferences for well being. 5
  6. 6. [Well-being] – 1B <culture>Cultural contexts of socio-ecological transitionAnimate by Tullia SACCHERI, Universita di Salerno, Italy•  Identify the culture and heritage as an ethical basis of socio-ecological transition  and distinguish best practices and best strategies to move towards the changes interm of sustainability.• WP1Ba <<identity>>, animated by Sophie LACOUR, UPEMLV (France)  Selection of 10 study cases (territories) in different European Regions coveringdifferent socio-cultural contexts focusing on the question of the emergency of“identity” and its reorganization in changing contexts.• WP1Bb <<gift>>, animated by O. GALIBERT, UB (France)  Study a relevant social trend as it is the extension of the logic of “gift giving”present in the heart of the electronic socialization focusing on how it articulates ina larger movement a rediscovery of exchange practices in the society. 6
  7. 7. [Well-being] - 1C <temporality>• 1C <temporality>   New temporalities of well being Animate by Sophie LACOUR, Université de Paris-Est Marne La Vallée, France • What’s the role of time conception and organization facing a socio-ecological   transition? • How to reconsider new approaches of temporality in order to get a human,   social, economic, cultural and ecological gain? • Can we characterize the magnitude of change?   • Could the way nation states manage this temporality and enter it into the   calculation of the index of well being? • How can we develop solutions in light of the difficulty of every local context   being in its own temporality? • It is previewed an activity of informational and information monitoring at European level   on this concept: indicators, data, maps and documentary resources multi-media, with the idea of propose specific actions to integrate the notion of temporality as a cultural driver of life quality in the framework of the socio-ecological transition. 7
  8. 8. [Well-being] - 1D <Learning>Learning and sustainable development: Education for and by sustainabledevelopment, and Training for improve practices in some key jobsAnimate by Christian BOURRET, Université de Paris-Est Marne La Vallée, France• This task will focus on environmental, social, cultural, political and didactic  aspects that encourage or hinder education for sustainable development inprimary and secondary schools.• WP1Da <<education>> Education for and by sustainable developement –Animated by Jean-Luc FAUGUET, Université de Provence (France)The question is how to incorporate the notion of socio-ecological transition ineducation. Main target is to build up an European database which allows afollow-up of practices and to make an European guide to implement Educationfor Sustainable Development in educational institutions.• WP1Db <<training>> Training in sustainable developement – animated by  Antonio IANNACONE, UNISA (Italy)On the other hand, formal or non-formal learning, open education, life-longlearning and training, work-placement training… are tools for experimentaland inter-cultural education necessary to accompany as well as to provokesocial and cultural changes. 8
  9. 9. [Well-being] - 1R <Report>ReportAnimate by Cyril Masselot, MSHE C. N. Ledoux, UFC-CNRS, France• The aim of this task is to integrate the results of the others tasks into a  synthetic research report specially driven to social, economic and politicalstakeholders.• This report will be preliminary discussed with the Advisory Board and  will include main suggestions about orientations in further research andpolitical action in order to incorporate renovate concepts of well-being,culture, education and trying which can enlighten the governance of thesocio-ecological transition. 9
  10. 10. WP1 - [Well-being] - DelivrablesD1.1 / State of research and relate European policies for each topic (CO, PU,M11).D1.2 / Progress in research: Vade-mecum (pedagogical strategies, concepts andtools) facing socio ecological transition. (PP, PU, M23).D1.3 / Preliminary report: “Research and political orientations on well-being,culture, temporality and education to be discussed with AdvisoryBoard” (linked to WP5 and WP6) (PP, M35).D1.4 / Final Report on Quality Concept for “Research and political orientationson well-being, culture, temporality and education”. (PP, PU, M37)D1.5 / Well-being, culture and education for a European Cross Agenda forSucceeding Socio-Ecological Transition (linked to WP5 and WP6) (PP, PU, M47). 10
  11. 11. GdRI caINTI - [intelligence]I.  [intelligence] Information, communication, knowledge in an alternativeculture of development guided by the well-being of each and everybody(lead by C. MASSELOT, MSHE)This axis will synthesize research concerned with the changing modes and patterns ofproduction and consumption and with the mobilization of social capital to buildalternative development paths: •  The process of information and communication in the context of cooperation and participation <IC info-com> E. BOUTIN I3M (= WP1A <well-being>) •  The new culture of sustainable development and cultural contexts of the socio- ecological transition <IK culture> T. SACCHIERI DISUFF (= WP1B <culture>) •  The education for and by sustainable development, training and learning professional practice and citizenship behavior <IE education> C. BOURRET UPEMLV (= WP1C <learning>)It will lay the foundations for a development model driven by the well-being of eachand everybody. It will suggest structural reforms and governance initiatives forchanging behavior through establishing the referent research activities. 11
  12. 12. ‫ﺷﻜﺮﺍ ﻻﻫﺘﻤﺎﻣﻜﻢ‬ Merci pour votre attention Thank you for your attention Gracias por su atención Vă mulţumesc pentru atenţie Köszönöm a figyelmet Grazie per la vostra attenzioneVielen Dank für Ihre Aufmerksamkeit Kiitos huomiotaΣας ευχαριστώ για την προσοχή σας Dziękuję za uwagę Спасибо за Ваше внимание İlginiz için teşekkürler

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