Mobilność mimochodem czyli przydrożne społeczności i strefy przepływu. Praktyczne zastosowanie „paradygmatu nowych mobilności”

Agata Stanisz

Abstrakt

Mobility by the Way or Roadside Societies and Zones of Flow. Practical Usage of the “Paradigm
of New Mobilities”

 

This article looks at a particular problem relating to the use of a theory of mobility with reference to transitions of local cultural, social and economic landscapes in roadside societies. The problem is set beside ethnographic research carrying out in Polish localities situated between the A2 motorway and the national road no. 92 – on the section between Bolewice and Boczów. Field studies are conducted within project “Moving modernizations. Influence of motorway A2 on local cultural landscapes” financed by The National Science Centre. In this article I consider the research situation where the mobility category as the theory is not central, but remains empirically observed phenomena. Although the flow and transit are clearly present in studied societies (govern varying micromobilities) doesn’t explain adequately its everyday life. Theoretical assumptions relating to the mobility and movement became blurred. The paradigmatic concept of mobility is questionable primarily because of the grassroots perspectives exposed the roadside societies as local and relative immobile. This issue becomes even more significant in the light of the application of mobile and multi-sited research methods. When researchers are propelled and are in constant movement dynamics of mobility are distorted.
 

Słowa kluczowe: mobility, flow, roadside, locality, motorway
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