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La lutte des places : les élites et leurs territoires dans les villes de la Pologne communiste

Abstract : The paper analyses the geography of the elites in socialist and post-socialist city, through their residential location, on the example of Warsaw. A society "without classes" should have built a geography without housing differences, without "upper class" districts, or segregration. But we have to keep in mind that the socialist city was erected on legacies, which could not be merely cancelled. Furthermore, it created its own mechanisms of segregation, even if they had rather low effects. Indeed, residential morphology, produced under the socialist regime, are not totally uniformed, beyond the appearances, and despite of the ideological bases of housing policies.
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Lydia Coudroy de Lille. La lutte des places : les élites et leurs territoires dans les villes de la Pologne communiste. Bauquet, Nicolas;Bocholier, François;. Le communisme et les élites en Europe centrale, Presses Universitaires de France ; Éditions ENS rue d' Ulm, pp.253 -270, 2006. ⟨halshs-00435330⟩

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