Qualitative study of the social management of water through interviews and observations.
- Transmission of sociological knowledge on water issue in Mayotte to local institutional actors.
- Transmission of the knowledge produced for a appropriation of the research by the inhabitants.
- Study of local processes in community health
Conduct a qualitative sociological study of the uses and representations of water and associated risks in the Kierson district of Mayotte. Produce a prevention and awareness plan to improve the capacity to cope with the risks of water pollution for users and institutional actors.
You will be welcomed in the CERTOP in the Transitions Ecological axis. Risks, Innovations, Tourism "(TERNOV) based in Toulouse at the Université Toulouse 2 Jean Jaurès. The TERNOV axis was formed in 2014, around a unifying theme of the ecological transition, considered as a process of transformation of contemporary societies by their greening. TERNOV brings together themes that focus on ecology, culture and health by proposing to study the relationships between professional domains, civic sphere, politics, "market production" and "citizenship". The TERNOV axis focuses on the development and implementation of territorialized public action systems and, in this respect, questions the processes of justice carried out by the actors. It also organizes this research around innovation, risks, the energy and tourism transition implemented with regard to contemporary environmental issues.
You will be supervised by Geoffrey Carrère senior lecturer in sociology of environment.
You will be required to perform several missions in Mayotte
- A good knowledge of the Mahorais terrain is necessary
- Previous research experience in sociology on water pollution in Mayotte and on the modes of public action to govern the risks of water pollution is required
- A mastery and a good understanding of the games of local actors are required
- A mastery of the technical vocabulary related to the management of water is required
- Extensive experience in action research is desired
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