Chômage et marginalité sociale : quelle vérité géographique ? (Unemployment and social marginality : what geographic truth ?)

Abstract : Unemployment rate is a necessary but not sufficient indicator expressing the spatial dimension of social and economic difficulties (precarious- ness, poverty, exclusion). By introducing an indicator turning on marginality global concept, we try to make keener the social reading of French space. Through a study on national and regional scales, we suggest a geography much closer to social realities and qualifying the traditional oppositions between Paris/Provinces, Town/Country or Littoral/Hinterland. In this way, the indicator of marginality contributes to the understanding of social disparities which punctuate the territory.
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Didier Vye. Chômage et marginalité sociale : quelle vérité géographique ? (Unemployment and social marginality : what geographic truth ?). Bulletin de l'Association de géographes français, Association des Géographes Français, 2000, 77 (3), pp.224-237. ⟨10.3406/bagf.2000.2168⟩. ⟨hal-01240149⟩

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