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La territorialité : une tension régulatrice des contradictions territoriales

Abstract : Territory has a triple nature: it is a political space, a lived space and the substance of every action. Being the expression of existing tensions between these three implications of territory, territoriality designates the way in which human beings, both collectively and individually, build their global relationships to geographical space – between anchoring and mobility. In order to really understand what territory is, one must never separate it from territorialities linking it to the socialised subject.
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Guy Di Méo. La territorialité : une tension régulatrice des contradictions territoriales. CIST2011 - Fonder les sciences du territoire, Collège international des sciences du territoire (CIST), Nov 2011, Paris, France. pp.119-123. ⟨hal-01353403⟩



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