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Fragmentations et mobilités, des processus à l'oeuvre dans la métropole de Tunis

Abstract : Metropolises are experiencing dynamics linked to a reorganization of urban functions in the face of international economic competitiveness. Two trends are noted: fragmentation, translated by an accentuation of socio-spatial differentiations, and the intensification of daily mobility. The object of our research is to question the fragmentation through the development of daily mobility (s) differentiated in Greater Tunis. The analysis of the physical and spatial reorganization of this metropolis and the daily mobility of a sample of individuals showed the development of specialized fragments dispersed under the effect of metropolitan selectivity and the multiplication of places of daily life leading to fragmented daily mobility. These refer to a social fragmentation manifested by the exclusion of certain territories and populations from the international scale of operation of the metropolis.
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Messaouda Smouda. Fragmentations et mobilités, des processus à l'oeuvre dans la métropole de Tunis. Géographie. Université Toulouse le Mirail - Toulouse II, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017TOU20118⟩. ⟨tel-02492173⟩



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