L'ensemble des articles ayant pour mot clé : mobility

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Une famille, entre habitants et cohabitants.

À propos d’une proposition : rythmologie de la mobilité.

Olivier Lazzarotti | 05.12.2019

Guillaume Drevon's book addresses the issue of daily mobility. This question allows him to experiment with some methodological approaches, in particular those based on the study of rhythms, « rhythmology ». [...]

Les rythmes indisciplinés.

Claire Pelgrims et Armelle Hausser | 23.05.2019

This article encourages us to reflect on the existence of undisciplined rhythms, that is to say the personal manners to flow that come into tension with the tone of a given situation and induce a recomposition of the collective rhythm. This article questions the different devices of the urban design that enforce a rhythm and allow to "set the rhythm" of mobility and experience or, on the contrary, provide affordances to the performing of alternative rhythms. In the first [...]

Point à la ligne !

Quand le Petit Poucet apprend à dessiner…

Xavier BernierOlivier Lazzarotti et Jacques Lévy | 01.05.2019

Tourist and sports itineraries or routes of memory can often be identified with an extent of development work on the land, and it can take sophisticated forms. But GPS drawing is quite an innovative way of practicing space. It requires a lot of new instruments of geo-localization. When the exercise is completely accomplished, an image or a text may appear on a numeric map. This produces new spaces and new spatialities. [...]

Société mobile : vers une politique des mobilités ? Une exploration autour de cinq enjeux. Peer review

Eric Le Breton | 16.03.2018

Mobility issues are today discussed by economists, politicians, various institutions as well as lobbies, and are raising now some societal questions. They are not only technical concerns, but also political and axiological debates, which are now coming together. We explore five controversies : outskirts accessibility, generic mobility, the control of mobile work, the right to retreat from the flow and democracy based on multiple memberships. A new kind of policy is then appearing, where mobilities are no longer a subject, [...]

Mobilités changeantes, mobilités intriquées.

Christophe Mincke et Vincent Kaufmann | 29.03.2017

Are we really sure we know what mobility is ? And what about immobility ? These simple questions were the springboard for our reflection, in three steps. The first step led us to study how the definition of mobile and immobile varied over time, and how this occurred in cadence with changes in the representations of space and time. The second step was devoted to examining the nature of the spaces in which mobility can be deployed. We defend [...]

La mobilité périurbaine : le changement, c’est pour quand ?

Hélène NessiBenoit ContiLaurent ProulhacPatricia Sajous et Mariane Thébert | 24.03.2017

Is there an effective change in the mobility system of the suburban area in the Île-de-France ? How to identify it ? This article aims at updating the evolving (or not evolving) residential and daily mobility patterns through three case studies in the Île-de-France. Results show that change doesn’t challenge the whole system but rather consists of adaptive measures. Evolution in the use of car ensures the global system’s stability. Those adaptive measures are nevertheless the source of new [...]

Je t’aime… moi non plus.

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 [...]

«Communautés d’installés».

Pour une histoire de l’appartenance médiévale au village ou à la ville.

Joseph Morsel | 11.11.2014

This paper aims to give account of a specific transformation that the medieval society underwent: the formation of what will be called here “communities of installed people”. The expression refers to the progressive establishment in Western Europe, from the 11th and 12th centuries onward, of forms of social belonging that define a collective identity based on a certain relationship to space and time. This installation leads to an “exoregulated” set of inhabiting, producing and moving practices inside a polarized [...]

Trois mobilités en une seule ?

Esquisses d’une construction artistique, intellectuelle et politique d’une notion.

Simon BorjaGuillaume Courty et Thierry Ramadier | 14.10.2014

Considered simultaneously as a concept, a collective and diffuse belief, and a component of the dominant ideology, mobility is understood as the result of a three-sided co-production process in which scholars, artists and politicians are thought to be involved indiscriminately without being necessarily aware of their input. In order to objectify the construction of this concept, this paper suggests pinpointing a number of elements of its story, which entails the study of the fields in which the notion is [...]

Pour une anthropologie du poor to poor apparenté au peer to peer.

Lamia Missaoui | 14.04.2014

International poor migrants have understood that they are not welcome in rich countries. Most of them — around 200 000 a year in France and 600 000 in Europe (OCDE 2013) — are therefore coming as « transmigrants » instead of emigrants or immigrants. The world’s largest firms take advantage of their situation and integrate them into modern trade capitalism. Transmigrants are thus involved in international economic networks, more specifically in the “poor to poor” trade. This system, outside [...]

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