Education, Science, Technology, Innovation and Life
Open Access
Sign In

Social and environmental movement and the need for public communication by social actors. the case of Kabylia in Algeria

Download as PDF

DOI: 10.23977/jhms.2021.020101 | Downloads: 3 | Views: 103

Author(s)

SADOUNI Tewfik 1

Affiliation(s)

1 Faculty of Human and Social Sciences, Social Sciences Department, University of Bejaia, Bejaia 06000, Algeria

Corresponding Author

SADOUNI Tewfik

ABSTRACT

Algeria has been committed to protecting the environment since 1974. But, with the advent, new laws and the creation of new environmental protection organizations have tried to minimize the risks by giving the population a margin of choice in their socio-environmental life. To this end, the Kabyle region, an inseparable unit of Algeria, has observed civic and associative engagement in order to eradicate the alarming situation. For this, the institutional actor was faced with a situation of communicating the environment and projects related to the environment. However, the institutional actor is confronted with the social and media actor by changing the communication strategies for each occasion, something which has allowed the appearance of new social policies of governance and a reconfiguration of existing management policies.

KEYWORDS

Social Actor, Public communication, Environment, Kabylia, Actor strategies, Jel classification: D74

CITE THIS PAPER

SADOUNI Tewfik, Social and environmental movement and the need for public communication by social actors. the case of Kabylia in Algeria. Journal of Human Movement Science (2021) 1: 1-12. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jhms.2021.020101

REFERENCES

[1] Arabi, KM (2014). Le rôle des collectivités locales dans le développement local à l'ère des réformes en Algérie. Le cas des municipalités de Bejaia. économie et solidarité, 44 (01), 122-133.
[2] BEDJAOUI. (2016). L'impact de l'environnement et du mode d'organisation: cas de l'entreprise .TELEMCEN, Algérie: Université ABU BAKR BELKAID TELEMCEN. 
[3] BRANCHE, MN (2010). teaching environmental social science, a multidisciplinary textbook. Paris, France: SEPTENTRION University Press.
[4] CHALOUX, A. (2017). environmental public action in Quebec: between local and global. Montreal, CANADA: University presses of Montreal.
[5] Chenntouf, T. (2008). L'Algérie face à la mondialisation. Sénégal: African Books Collective.
[6] Felices-Luna, M. (2003). Call me Papa Seya: the use of the interview as a strategy of identity production by police and soldiers in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In C. Royer, Qualitative research today: reflections and practice (Vol. 34, pp. 74-96). Congo.
[7] Helga-Jane Scarwell, IR (2013). “Environment and health: what challenges, which actors, what intelligibility? Sustainable development and territories , 4 (2), 16-33.
[8] JACQUES, R. (2010). From the subject individual to the social actor: a difficult passage. SociologyS .
[9] Jean RUEGG, SD (1994). Public private partnership, an asset for regional planning and environmental protection. LAUSANE, Switzerland: Polytechnic press, University of Romades.
[10] Jean-Claude, C. (2001). The method in sociology (ed. 3 rd edition). Paris: The discovery.
[11] Johnson R, B. e. (2004). Mixed Methods Research: A research Paradigm Whose times Has Come. Educational Research , 14-26.
[12] Larbi, I. (2009). Réflexion sur la gouvernance urbaine à Alger. prérogatives institutionnelles et monopoles politiques. Insaniyat (44), 97-113.
[13] Lascoumes, P. (2018). Chapitre II. Acteurs et institutions environnementaux »,. Dans P. Lascoumes, Action publique et environnement (pp. 50-80). Paris: Presse Universitaire de France.
[14] Marcangelo-Leos. P. (2011). Sustainable communication: a new challenge for local authorities. LEGICOM , 47 (02), 115-122.
[15] Milano, P. (2017). VIII. Paul Roger Lawrence and Jay William Lorsch - Environment, organization, adaptation: structural contingency. In SC éd, Les Grands Auteurs en Management (pp. 113-128). Caen, France: EMS Edition.
[16] NAIT CHABANE, A. (2015). Gouvernance territoriale et stratégies d'acteurs au service du développement local: batailles de l'équilibre des pouvoirs entre acteurs locaux dans la wilaya de Bejaia. Recherche et étude en développement, 9-34.
[17] GATEWAY. (2001). Actor agent, actant: character in search of a scenario not found. European social science journal , 121.
[18] SAUSSOIN, JM (2012). II. Contingency school. In JM SAUSSOIN, organizational theories (pp. 33-52). Paris: The Discovery.
[19] Thoenig, J.-c. (1998). The use of the concept of regulation. Revue droit et société , 24 , 35-53.

All published work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Copyright © 2016 - 2031 Clausius Scientific Press Inc. All Rights Reserved.