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Urban Regimes and the Right to the City: An Analysis of the No Expo Network and its Protest Frames

Regimes urbanos e o direito à cidade: uma análise da No Expo Network e do seu enquadramento protestatório
Régimes urbains et le Droit à la Ville: une analyse de la No Expo Network et de son encadrement protestataire
Niccolò Bertuzzi
p. 107-128

Resumos

Em Milão, o ano de 2015 significou a chegada da Expo. Apresentada à opinião pública como uma oportunidade para o renascimento de Itália e com um grande investimento em recursos económicos e simbólicos, praticamente não deu qualquer margem para pontos de vista críticos. Ainda assim, houve muitos grupos que se reuniram em torno da No Expo Network, criando uma coligação de contestação que se opunha ao evento de 2015 e, mais genericamente, à ideia de desenvolvimento proposta por tais mega‑acontecimentos. Este artigo analisa a natureza dos regimes urbanos contemporâneos e o papel das estruturas de conjuntura discursiva e política na estruturação dos movimentos sociais.
Através de entrevistas semiestruturadas, da análise do enquadramento e da participação em protestos e outros eventos similares, procedeu‑se ao mapeamento da composição interna da No Expo Network, e analisaram‑se os seus principais argumentos e retórica de oposição, focando principalmente o tema do ‘direito à cidade’.

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Edited by Scott M. Culp

Received on 25.05.2016
Accepted for publication on 04.05.2017

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Introduction

1From May to October 2015, Milan hosted the Universal Exposition under the motto ‘Feeding the planet, energy for life.’ This was an important (and discussed) showcase for the city itself, offering worldwide visibility to all public and private actors involved. It was also the rallying point for several individual and collective actors opposing neoliberal politics, mainly gathered around the No Expo Network and connected with other important Italian anti‑capitalist movements (e.g.: No Tav, No Dal Molin, No Muos, No Mose).

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Niccolò Bertuzzi, « Urban Regimes and the Right to the City: An Analysis of the No Expo Network and its Protest Frames  », Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais, 113 | 2017, 107-128.

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Niccolò Bertuzzi, « Urban Regimes and the Right to the City: An Analysis of the No Expo Network and its Protest Frames  », Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais [Online], 113 | 2017, colocado online no dia 27 Julho 2017, criado a 18 Dezembro 2017. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/rccs/6670 ; DOI : 10.4000/rccs.6670

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Department of Sociology, University of Milano‑Bicocca
Via degli Arcimboldi, 8, 20126, Milano, Italy
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