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LES OPERATIONS DE RELOGEMENT EN HABITAT COLLECTIF A CASABLANCA, DE LA VISION DES AMENAGEURS AUX PRATIQUES DES HABITANTS

Abstract : In order to dam up the expansion of unhealthy housing, which relates to 11% of the 3,5 million inhabitants (in 2001) of Casablanca, estates called "complexes résidentiels" are built in Casablanca's periphery since the 80's. Intended to accommodate populations of deprived districts or disaster victims, these estates follow upon a tradition of the Moroccan social housing history, privileging heavy and visible interventions while keeping the shantytowns in their deprived state. In spite of the claims of the badly-housed persons and the actions of the authorities and town-planners, rehousing in "complexes résidentiels" illustrate an absence of dialogue between these actors.
Starting from the example of six suburban estates of Casablanca and by analyzing living practices and representations, this research tends to show that the rehoused families can use only parsimoniously of their new statute of "legal city dwellers", thus revealing the failure of the social aspect of the rehousing operations.
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David Hauw. LES OPERATIONS DE RELOGEMENT EN HABITAT COLLECTIF A CASABLANCA, DE LA VISION DES AMENAGEURS AUX PRATIQUES DES HABITANTS. Géographie. Université François Rabelais - Tours, 2004. Français. ⟨tel-00166924⟩

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