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From oblivion to the diversity of memory traces: The case of a changing organization

Abstract : The succession of changes and the continuous movement set what is forgotten and what remains as living traces of the past. Indeed, if speed and forgetting are the two sides of our relationship to the present, memory is a point of interface between these two processes. To question memory through the diversity of traces invites us to analyse the devices of erasing and forgetting the past and to reinterrogate the modalities of articulation between the past and the future. Based on a longitudinal survey conducted in a social housing organization, the results show how the plurality of forms of memory illustrates the richness of professional cultures.
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Sophie Bretesché. From oblivion to the diversity of memory traces: The case of a changing organization. Question(s) de Management, éditions EMS, 2018, 21 (2), pp.91-103. ⟨10.3917/qdm.182.0091⟩. ⟨hal-02048236⟩

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