Cross-departmental project

Disruption and spatial development: concepts on spatio-temporal dynamics, modes of perception and strategies for action

disruption
disruption

The bridge project "Disruption and Spatial Development: Concepts on Spatio-Temporal Dynamics, Perceptions and Strategies for Action" continues the conceptual elaboration of the disruption heuristic, uses it to interpret empirical findings in the lead project research (and beyond) and, conversely, incorporates suggestions from the empirical research of the lead projects into the further conceptual development.
IRS bridge projects are institute-funded research projects that develop common conceptual foundations for a specific topic - which lies at cross-purposes to the lead projects - and carry out empirical bundling. They serve to bring together the expertise of the research priorities on a subject and to further develop it collaboratively. However, we understand the collaborative format "bridge project" not only as a structured opportunity for cross-focus collaboration, but also as an important instrument with which we take up new topics, conceptualise them in a novel way and thus jointly profile the IRS as a whole.

The Bridge Project will focus on the following questions:
- What spatial ranges and spatio-temporal spreads of disruptions can be observed?
- To what extent are there spatially and temporally unevenly distributed perceptions of disruptive events?
- Which strategies of action do actors pursue in the context of disruptions, or which logics of action are established in dealing with disruptions?
- How can reflections on disruption be put to use for knowledge transfer?
To this end, previous conceptual approaches and empirical findings will be reviewed and new conceptual contributions will be developed.

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