The paper focuses on the strategic, political and educational role of active listening to local communities as a means to discover, communicate and disseminate forms of community resilience in the service of transformation. By referring to a specific case study, I will argue that active listening is an adequate monitoring tool for the bottom-up exploration of an area. Notably, I will try to explain how going back to Lynch’s survey can have important repercussions both on research and on university teaching.

Adaptability of Lynch’s Surveying to the Interpretation of Contemporary Resilient Areas. About a Teaching/Learning Experience

PALESTINO, MARIA FEDERICA
2013

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The paper focuses on the strategic, political and educational role of active listening to local communities as a means to discover, communicate and disseminate forms of community resilience in the service of transformation. By referring to a specific case study, I will argue that active listening is an adequate monitoring tool for the bottom-up exploration of an area. Notably, I will try to explain how going back to Lynch’s survey can have important repercussions both on research and on university teaching.
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