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La dimension spatiale de l'achat en ligne : Des pratiques spécifiques aux ménages périurbains ?

Abstract : The spread of online shopping examines the potential spatial specificities of household practices and uses of this channel of purchasing. More precisely, the article aims to understand the peri-urban dimension of these practices by placing them in a socio-spatial context. Based on both quantitative (questionnaires) and qualitative (interviews) field work, we shall see that peri-urban households are bigger users of e-commerce and home delivery than their urban counterparts. This greater propensity for buying online forms part of the continuity of daily practices based on the principle of a search for efficiency or cutting down on travelling, even avoiding the town or its negative impacts at the very least.
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Leslie Belton Chevallier, Benjamin Motte Baumvol, Frédéric de Coninck. La dimension spatiale de l'achat en ligne : Des pratiques spécifiques aux ménages périurbains ?. NETCOM : Réseaux, communication et territoires / Networks and Communications Studies, Netcom Association, 2016, pp 29-60. ⟨10.4000/netcom.2329⟩. ⟨hal-01400587⟩

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