Badanie społecznej akceptacji polityki transportowej przez pryzmat teorii pozycjonowania. Przypadek sesji Rady Miasta Krakowa

Słowa kluczowe: społeczna akceptacja polityki, teoria pozycjonowania, polityka transportowa, dyskurs


W artykule zastosowano analizę pozycjonowania do zbadania przypadku nadzwyczajnej sesji Rady Miasta Krakowa, zwołanej w celu oceny kontrowersyjnej polityki transportowej. Pozycje to uprawnienia do wykonywania danych czynności w epizodzie. W artykule przedstawiono wzorce pozycjonowania zwolenników oraz przeciwników polityki, które wygasiły konflikt między nimi. Zidentyfikowano trzy wspólne dla obu stron narracje, które, w nieoczywisty sposób, doprowadziły do akceptacji polityki.


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