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Trajectoires mobilitaires et contextes résidentiels : quelles interactions pour les habitants périurbains et ruraux ?

Abstract : This paper aims at better documenting the changes in mobility practices taking place in peri-urban and rural areas. To do this, we present the notion of mobility trajectory which makes it possible to study, from a qualitative, individual and longitudinal perspective, the evolution of daily mobility practices over the course of existence and the many parameters that participate in their evolution. We are particularly interested in the interactions between the mobility trajectory of individuals and the evolution of their living contexts. Based on around sixty interviews, we highlight the role of socialisation in mobility in relation to children’s residential history, the effects of changes in residence on the acquisition of new arrangements or the processes of appropriation of the local mobility offer, which involves a wide spectrum of factors. The trajectories also reveal a “return effect” when a negative experience surrounding mobility practices changes the residential trajectory and generates a move to a better-served area.
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Laurent Cailly, Nicolas Oppenchaim, Marie Huyghe. Trajectoires mobilitaires et contextes résidentiels : quelles interactions pour les habitants périurbains et ruraux ?. CIST2020 - Population, temps, territoires, Collège international des sciences territoriales (CIST), Nov 2020, Paris-Aubervilliers, France. pp.160-164. ⟨hal-03114153⟩

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