Stéphanie Vincent-Geslin

Stéphanie Vincent-Geslin est sociologue, collaboratrice scientifique au LaSUR (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne). Ses travaux portent principalement sur les mobilités quotidiennes et émergentes, telles que les mobilités alternatives à la voiture et les pendularités de longue distance.

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Quels changements dans le rapport des jeunes lyonnais à l’automobile ?

Stéphanie Vincent-GeslinPascal PochetNathalie OrtarPatrick Bonnel et Louafi Bouzouina | 15.03.2017

This paper studies the changes in the young adults’ relationship to cars. It is based on mixed methods, combining qualitative interviews carried out in Lyon, and secondary analyses of 1995 and 2006 Lyon household travel surveys. A slightly downward trend in driving licence holding rates can be observed as a feature of broader changes in attitudes and mobility practices of young people, especially in central and dense areas. It can be related to financial burden, but also to the [...]

Vivre le périurbain.

Stéphanie Vincent-GeslinEmmanuel Ravalet et Benjamin Motte-Baumvol | 29.04.2013

This Traverse explores the specific nature of surburban areas and lifestyles compared with urban and rural ones. It equally examines major social issues as they are related to the rapid and continual growth of suburban areas and populations. The various articles gathered in this Traverse assert some of the specific characteristics of suburban lifestyles. Three kinds of results are emphasized. First, a distortion of the urban lifestyle is experienced by most populations who previously were city dwellers. This distortion [...]