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II Workshop nazionale AIIG Giovani L E N UOVE G EOGRAFIE M ETODI DI I NDAGINE E S TRATEGIE DI R ICERCA Roma, 12 Aprile 2013. Nuove pratiche abitative dal basso in tempi di crisi contro la “ finanziarizzazione della casa ” : il caso di Roma .
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LE NUOVE GEOGRAFIE
METODI DI INDAGINE E STRATEGIE DI RICERCA
Roma, 12 Aprile 2013
Cesare Di Feliciantonio- Sapienza Università di Roma
“Housing is a central aspect of financialization. (…) The financialization of homeownership is not limited to the development of secondary mortgage markets; it can also be witnessed in the financialization of (potential) homeowners. The financialization of home was never designed to enable homeownership; it was first and foremost designed to fuel the economy. The expansion of the mortgage market was a necessary component in the financialization of home, but wider access to mortgage loans resulted in higher house prices. Access does not equal affordability. The result is not improved access to homeownership, but an increase in risk and insecurity. Higher mortgage loans enabled not only homeownership , but also higher house prices” (Aalbers, 2008: 160-161).
“By lookingat the everydayconstruction(…) in the study of social movements, scholarshavemuch to gain iftheymovebeyond the understanding of networks asorganisational and communicationstructures, and analysethemaseveryday social processes of human construction and negotiation.
Etnographicresearchreveals a furtherdimension of networking processes and theirpolitics. It shows how, in the everyday reality of social movements, networking practices create multiple and overlappingspaces of action and meaning” (Barassi, 2013: 49)
«How can our work open up possibilities? What kind of world do we want to participate in building? What might be the effect of theorizing things this way rather than that? These became the guiding questions of our research practice». (Gibson-Graham, 2008, p. 615)
Impegno (sociale e politico) del processo di ricerca: “svelare” le alternative dal basso ai processi di esclusione e individualismo associati alla “finanziarizzazione della casa” già in atto nella realtà e contribuire alla crescita e diffusione di questi “spazi di speranza” (Harvey, 2000)
Posizionalità (politica) del ricercatore: scelta di impegnarsi nell’esplorazione di questi spazi
Lavoro sul campo: discussione/confronto/ricerca partecipata
(Ri)posizionalità del ricercatore: l’orientamento sessuale e la militanza pregressa “orientano” i feedback e le richieste degli spazi indagati