Etre piéton à Salvador de Bahia et Caracas : une proximité fragilisée ?

Abstract : This article focuses on the pedestrian use of the city, experiencing some Latin American public spaces. Being both contentious, socially segmented, processed by an insecurity background and subjected to important planning stakes, these offer cases where sharing the street is weakened. Developping a phenomenological field approach, the subjet of closeness is discussed by showing how public ways of co-existence are processed by sensitive expressions of walking bodies.
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Sandra Fiori, Rachel Thomas. Etre piéton à Salvador de Bahia et Caracas : une proximité fragilisée ?. Géoregards, Éditions Alphil-Presses universitaires suisses, 2014, Modes de vie de proximité dans les villes contemporaines, pp.83-96. ⟨http://www.alphil.com/freedownload.php?sku=Géo-Regard%206%20article%205⟩. ⟨hal-01241194⟩

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