Fællesskabelse som hverdagsentreprenørskab

  • Eva Pallesen
  • Marie Aakjær

Resumé

På baggrund af etnografisk materiale fra to lokale borgerinitiativer indkredser denne artikel, hvordan vi kan forstå tilblivelse og opretholdelse af lokale fællesskaber. Artiklen udvikler en begrebsramme, som flytter opmærksomheden til, hvordan lokale forbindelser mellem mennesker, steder og begivenheder understøttes og genskabes over tid. Snarere end mål- og effektrationaler, er aktørorienteringen i denne kontekst kendetegnet ved en orientering mod små, ’uheroiske’ forbindelser i hverdagen og hvad man kan skabe med de ressourcer, der nu engang er til rådighed et bestemt sted på et bestemt tidspunkt. I artiklen forstås dette som hverdagsentreprenørskab.

Forfatterbiografier

Eva Pallesen

PhD. og ansat som docent ved Professionshøjskolen Absalon, Center for Ledelse og Forvaltning.

Marie Aakjær

PhD. og ansat som docent ved Professionshøjskolen Absalon, Center for Ledelse og Forvaltning

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2022-04-25
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