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Relations sociales et solidarités collectives dans les déplacements périurbains : vers une identité de mouvement ?

Abstract : What are the interindividual relationships involved in periurban journeys and what is their outcome? Do they create a sense of collective solidarity? Do they concern particular types of journey? These are the issues raised in this paper. Based on a qualitative analysis of space and time in relation to journeys taken by inhabitants using public transport or car‐sharing within the Grenoble district (France), we show that journeys between home and work play a dual role of buffer and link between the spheres of daily life, because they cover a range of uses and social interactions. The notion of sharing not only a passenger compartment and standards and rules of interaction but also a sense of collective solidarity, rooted as much in everyday space (home, workplace) as in the experience of the journey itself, leads us to define an identity of movement. This includes a feeling of recognition and belonging based on sharing the same material conditions and ideals of transport, central to the understanding of the individual and collective organization of journeys.
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Benjamin Pradel, Laurent Cailly, Marie-Christine Fourny, Sonia Chardonnel, Rodolphe Dodier, et al.. Relations sociales et solidarités collectives dans les déplacements périurbains : vers une identité de mouvement ?. Recherche Transports Sécurité, NecPlus, 2014, Les sens des circulations, 2014 (02-03), pp.125-141. ⟨10.4074/S0761898014002052⟩. ⟨hal-01670617⟩

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