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Mobilité au quotidien et ancrage local dans les espaces périurbains

Abstract : ‘Peri-urban’ areas are often considered as places where mobility constraints are particularly difficult for inhabitants, owing to the low density and dispersal of resources such as employment, retail structure or services. However, over the last ten years this negative image of ‘periurban’mobilities has been called into question : far from being characterized by sparse and distant resources, ‘periurban’areas tend to be more and more structured by local territories, and formed by proximity. Using a series of interviews with 100 inhabitants in the North of the Parisian Metropolis (Senlis, Méru, and Écouen-Ézanville), this paper explores the relationship between the inhabitants and their place of living, by linking rather than opposing the notions of mobility and local attachment, which differ according to social position, individual characteristics, spatial contexts and place attachment, valued by all the residents interviewed, whatever their social category.
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Sandrine Berroir, Matthieu Delage, Antoine Fleury, Sylvie Fol, Marianne Guerois, et al.. Mobilité au quotidien et ancrage local dans les espaces périurbains. Annales de géographie, Armand Colin, 2017, pp.31-55. ⟨10.3917/ag.713.0031⟩. ⟨hal-01560875⟩



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