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Mobilités et lien social : sphères privée et professionnelle à l'épreuve du quotidien

Abstract : There are many questions which are held about social ties. Here we aim at focusing more especially on the way these ties are organised at the individual scale: how are social ties arranged for individuals in everyday life? As reflection of social ties, real (i.e, moves) and virtuals (i.e. ICT’s uses) mobilities provides means to understand how private and professional ties are balanced between superposition and separation. In fact, moreover the hypermodern ideal of fluid (or total superposition), other topologies which have various degrees of opening exist: the network and the region. These three co-existent topologies show that the agency of spheres and social ties among mobile practices is a complex task. It is the product of social ties themselves. They are effective in their vertical (norms) and horizontal (relationships) dimensions. Moreover, as the core element of the described ties, the individual himself is an important part of this daily work of orchestration
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Leslie Belton-Chevallier. Mobilités et lien social : sphères privée et professionnelle à l'épreuve du quotidien. Sociologie. Université Paris-Est, 2009. Français. ⟨NNT : 2009PEST1070⟩. ⟨tel-00545636v2⟩



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