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Bibliographie des communs

Crosnier, Hervé Le. “Une bonne nouvelle pour la théorie des biens communs.” Vacarme N° 56, no. 3: 92–94. Accessed February 13, 2017. http://www.cairn.info/resume.php?ID_ARTICLE=VACA_056_0092.

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Source : HESS Charlotte(2008). Mapping the New Commons. SSRN Scholarly Paper, ID 1356835. Rochester, NY: Social Science Research Network.
URL : [http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1356835 http://papers.ssrn.com/abstract=1356835]

Enclosure of commons - the gradual and sudden decrease of accessibility of a particular resource Reasons for enclosure - increased scarcity through over consumption brought from new populations, natural disaster, neglect Enclosure is visible where new technologies have created the ability to capture recently uncapturable goods (or when informational technologies expand copyright and definition of what is patentable through new legislation, enable enclosure of previously openly accessible areas of information

Enclosure ou inclosure est un terme anglais qui désigne l'action d'enclore un champ. Cet anglicisme est passé en français où il désigne la parcelle de terrain enclose de haies, de murs ou de barrières, bien que les Picards utilisaient plutôt le mot « renclôture ». Ce terme fait souvent référence au mouvement des enclosures qui s'est développé en Angleterre à partir du XVIe siècle, et qui s'est intensifié aux débuts de la révolution industrielle au XIXe siècle.

Source : http://fr.dbpedia.org/resource/Enclosure


Enclosure or Inclosure is a term, used in English landownership, that refers to the appropriation of "waste" or "common land" enclosing it and by doing so depriving commoners of their rights of access and privilege. Agreements to enclose land could be either through a formal or informal process. The process could normally be accomplished in three ways. First there was the creation of "closes", taken out of larger common fields by their owners. Secondly, there was enclosure by proprietors, owners who acted together, usually small farmers or squires, leading to the enclosure of whole parishes. Finally there were enclosures by Acts of Parliament. The primary reason for enclosure was to improve the efficiency of agriculture. However, there were other motives too, one example being that the value of the land enclosed would be substantially increased. There were social consequences to the policy, with many protests at the removal of rights from the common people. Enclosure riots are seen by historians as 'the pre-eminent form' of social protest from the 1530s to 1640s.

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Wikidata : Q792164
DBpedia FR : Enclosure
DBpedia EN : Enclosure

P2P Foundation : Enclosure

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