Petites villes périurbaines et ancrage local des habitants. Les cas de Méru et Senlis dans l’Oise

Abstract : Metropolitan areas are increasingly polycentric and tend to integrate small towns located in their periphery. The focus is on the position of small towns in the metropolitan structure and on their importance in inhabitants’ living spaces. Through interviews carried out in Méru and Senlis in the North of Paris metropolitan area, small towns are found to provide effective resources to their inhabitants and to promote their local attachment, despite differences according to their social profile and residential context. Investigating both inhabitants’ mobility practices and their spatial representations, this research contributes to a better understanding of the social diversity of local attachment processes within small cities located at the periphery of metropolitan areas.
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Sandrine Berroir, Matthieu Delage, Antoine Fleury, Sylvie Fol, Marianne Guerois, et al.. Petites villes périurbaines et ancrage local des habitants. Les cas de Méru et Senlis dans l’Oise. Espaces et societes (Paris, France), Erès, 2017, pp.69-88. ⟨http://www.cairn.info/revue-espaces-et-societes-2017-1-page-69.htm⟩. ⟨10.3917/esp.168.0069⟩. ⟨hal-01560840⟩

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