De l'automobilité à la multimodalité? Analyse sociologique des freins et leviers au changement de comportements vers une réduction de l'usage de la voiture. Le cas de la région parisienne et perspective internationale.

Abstract : Though the nuisances of the automobile (effects on environment, health, trafic, etc.) are more and more visible, the change in behaviours towards reducing car use in urban areas seems difficult to materialize.The objective is to identify limiting factors to behavioural change and to suggest levers, so as to create favourable conditions for the adoption of more sustainable mobility practices. This sociological approach is interested in the process of “multimodalisation” of behaviours: changing from a car-centred mobility to multimobile behaviours. Our approach integrates three usually separately treated topics: mobility practices, environmental sensitivity, and impacts of public policies. The analyses are based on three qualitative surveys conducted in the Greater Paris region, London and Nagoya. People experiencing a process of change were interviewed several times in order to grasp the dynamic of the contextual factors.
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Sociologie. Université René Descartes - Paris V, 2007. Français
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Anaïs Rocci. De l'automobilité à la multimodalité? Analyse sociologique des freins et leviers au changement de comportements vers une réduction de l'usage de la voiture. Le cas de la région parisienne et perspective internationale.. Sociologie. Université René Descartes - Paris V, 2007. Français. 〈tel-00194390〉

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