Représentations sociales de la monnaie: contraste entre les citoyens et les porteurs de monnaies locales
Ariane Tichit ()
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This article analyzes the social representations of money from survey data. More specifically, it tests how holders of a complementary currency project have a distinct perception of money compared to other citizens. The main results confirm the existence of significant differences between the two groups. The structure of their representations shows that money is less tied to official institutions, the symbol of the sovereign State, to work and wages than for the representative population group. This confirms a number of theoretical works that see these social innovations as protest projects of the standard system, questioning the sovereignty State currency and close to the concepts of unconditional income. Local currencies, by differences in social representations they contain, could well be generators of societal change.
Keywords: social representations of money; survey data; Abric method; complementary currencies (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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