Participatory approach for a sharing city: understanding citizens’ perceptions in a neighbourhood of Milan

Titolo Rivista TERRITORIO
Autori/Curatori Giuseppe Salvia, Marco Boffi, Barbara Ester Adele Piga, Nicola Rainisio, Andrea Arcidiacono, Eugenio Morello
Anno di pubblicazione 2022 Fascicolo 2021/99 Lingua Inglese
Numero pagine 15 P. 164-178 Dimensione file 2044 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2021-099021
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Sharing cities may limit negative impacts of global urbanisation by connecting more users with distributed assets. Nevertheless, several scholars raised concerns of unintended consequences. With technology at the core of such strategies, marginal is the attention to citizen engagement and perceptions by people in their context. The authors aim to contribute with participatory methods and tools for capturing people’s feelings and habits about sharing. This paper presents the insights of a workshop held in 2017 with 18 residents of the Milan’s neighbourhood of Porta Romana-Vettabbia to identify how sharing is or may be embedded in practice. Negotiation of trust, logistical convenience and monetary saving dramatically resulted to intervene in the integration or consideration of sharing.

Le ‘sharing cities’ possono limitare impatti negativi dell’urbanizzazione globale connettendo più utenti alle loro risorse. Eppure molti studiosi evidenziano conseguenze indesiderate. Con una focalizzazione sugli aspetti tecnologici, marginale è l’attenzione sul coinvolgimento dei cittadini. Gli autori mirano a contribuire con metodi e strumenti partecipativi utili a catturare i sentimenti e le abitudini in relazione alla condivisione. Vengono qui presentati gli esiti di un workshop svoltosi nel 2017 con un gruppo di residenti del quartiere di Porta Romana-Vettabbia a Milano con l’obiettivo di contribuire alla riflessione sui modi di implementazione di una prospettiva di condivisione. La negoziazione della fiducia, la convenienza logistica, il risparmio economico, risultano fattori rilevanti in questi processi.

Keywords:economia della condivisione, progettazione partecipata; ingaggio dei cittadini

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Giuseppe Salvia, Marco Boffi, Barbara Ester Adele Piga, Nicola Rainisio, Andrea Arcidiacono, Eugenio Morello, Participatory approach for a sharing city: understanding citizens’ perceptions in a neighbourhood of Milan in "TERRITORIO" 99/2021, pp 164-178, DOI: 10.3280/TR2021-099021