Exposition au bruit, gêne sonore, plainte et mobilisation habitante : de la cohabitation à l'appropriation de l'espace-temps nocturne festif. Étude de cas des centres-villes de Caen et Rennes

Abstract : To celebrate in public spaces often leads to noisy atmospheres in city centres at night. The way inhabitants feel about that noise reveals an awkward cohabitation. Celebrating noise acceptability not only depends on sound exposure, but also on the way social groups consider work or spare time, security and health, and even the feeling of belonging to the neighbourhood. Some inhabitants go beyond their noise annoyance and commit. They gather and get into a collective, using petitions and writing open letters to local institutions so as to take over nocturnal city-centres.
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Etienne Walker. Exposition au bruit, gêne sonore, plainte et mobilisation habitante : de la cohabitation à l'appropriation de l'espace-temps nocturne festif. Étude de cas des centres-villes de Caen et Rennes. Norois, Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2015, pp.7-28. ⟨10.4000/norois.5456⟩. ⟨hal-01643264⟩

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