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Refonder Milan : Silvio Berlusconi et la promotion de nouveaux quartiers pour les classes supérieures

Abstract : This article analyzes the genesis of the first Italian “refounded neighborhoods” during the 1970s. Milano San Felice and Milano 2, in the municipality of Segrate, represent two of the main exceptions to the centuries-old centrality of the upper(-middle) classes in the Milanese metropolis. They were produced by large-scale operations of destruction, rebuilding, repopulating and enclosure. More specifically, we address the strategies of innovation, real estate development, city marketing and reinvention of the local memory that contributed to making these neighborhoods a legitimate and attractive residential choice for many wealthy Milanese. The role of Silvio Berlusconi was decisive in this process.
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Bruno Cousin. Refonder Milan : Silvio Berlusconi et la promotion de nouveaux quartiers pour les classes supérieures. Questions de communication, 2014, 25, pp.41-60. ⟨10.4000/questionsdecommunication.8928⟩. ⟨hal-02366126⟩

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