Ambiances publiques, mobilité, sociabilité : approche interdisciplinaire de l'accessibilité piétonnière des villes

Abstract : This research adresses the question of accessibility in urban public space through the problematic of ambiences : what are the perceptible features that contribute to creating an accessible space ? Its interest is to cross architectural, motive and social dimensions of the problem. The notion of perceptible lie organizes this three dimensions. The perceptible environnement of the urban public space is not neutral for the pedestrian and his mobility. It mobilizes senses, provide a series of resources and bases for action for the various walking and social processes engaged in by pedestrians. Now this perceptible condition of urban space is analysable through the language, the way of describing perceptible contexts. It is also observable through the behaviour of pedestrian. The results of this research are double. On a theoretical level, it contributes to develope the problematic of the praxeology of perception. The purpose is to understandhow the perceptible features help the action in urban public space. On a pratice level, we would like to show how the urban space conduce to creating situations of inacessibility.
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Rachel Thomas. Ambiances publiques, mobilité, sociabilité : approche interdisciplinaire de l'accessibilité piétonnière des villes. Sociologie. Université de Nantes, 2000. Français. ⟨tel-00514432⟩

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