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Family territories in the City. Upper-class, kinship and urban space in Naples
Through the example of Naples, this thesis analyses the importance of kinship in the upper class residential location and mobility in a Mediterranean city. Though many studies have stressed the importance of a family residential proximity cultural model in Southern European countries, the forms of t...
Brazilian urban geography: from a diacrôn analysis of the works cited most recently in the last year,
In the field of contemporary Brazilian geography, there is an urgent need to continue studies on the city and the city. This article is an approach to mapping the material in question, related to early days, classic bibliography, and facilitated by the existence of information-based tools and to all...
The urban night last border of cultural development. From white nights to the emergence of night districts
Compare two urban spaces in transnational trade (Cairo and Oran), or how to deal with differences between the theory of comparison and practice on the ground
Introduction The comparative approach is now fully part of social sciences, and in particular urban geography, whether in collective work or in more solitary works such as thesis. However, most of the researchers who have implemented this approach always undertake to justify their methodological cho...
The regional problem in geography
It is possible to distinguish on the surface of the land from homogeneous regions by their physical or human traits: the regional perspective plays a key role in the traditional rural world and facilitates knowledge and good administration. With the development of the modern economy, major cities ar...
For a geography of crisis management: from access to emergency care to the vulnerability of the area in Lima
The urban agglomeration of Lima and Callao (9 million inhabitants) is preparing for a major earthquake that could cause a major crisis. In the face of this upcoming crisis, what knowledge can be produced on the vulnerability of urban areas? This research was carried out at the EDYTEMde laboratory at...
Ayant pour objet la ville et les processus d’urbanisation, l’urbaniste mobilise, pour remplir sa mission, des savoirs et compétences disciplinaires variés (sociologie, économie, génie civil, sciences politiques, architecture urbaine, géographie, sciences de la gestion, etc.). Né en début de deuxième...
Remote sensing, digitisation and transfer of scale in the geographical study of physical and urban environments
The remote sensing laboratory of the University of Tours, set up at the end of 1994, is carrying out research on the contributions of remote sensing and image processing to the geographical study of various media. This research concerns both physical environments and urban geography, and is intended...
Keeping space public: Times Square (New York) and the Senegalese peddlers
This paper explores the public nature of Times Square's physical and represented (TV, internet, press) spaces through an analysis of the techniques used by Senegalese male peddlers to sell souvenirs to the visiting tourists. Whereas a number of scholars denounce the Disneyfication of Times Square, i...
Surfacial representation of discrete one-off events. Methodological comparison based on the example of road accidents in C.U.D.L.
Visual identification of spatial structures from sowing points is a delicate task, provided the number of individuals is high. This article presents and compares two methods for significantly improving the graphical representation of ad hoc spatial data. The first is based on the estimation of a Ker...
The storm that rocks the boat: the systemic impact of gated communities on urban sustainability
This paper is concerned with the impact and implications of gated communities on urban sustainability. This is investigated making use of an overarching methodological framework based on the internationally accepted Driver-Pressure-State-Impact-Response (DPSIR) model, developed by the OECD. Addition...
When the step is made and makes sense with space. Sensitive and expressive aspects of walking in the city
This study takes a microsociological look at pedestrian walking practices in the city. The aim is to reflect the different ways in which the city caters to the public space and the practical and sensitive dimensions it requires. In our view, urban mobility is a process of anchoring the passage into...
Urban energy transition from 19th to 21th century : from biomass to fossil and fissil nergy in Paris (France)
Increasing urban natural resource consumption and particularly fossil energy consumption is one of the important factors of global environment alteration. To understand the socioecological transition process for the city, we characterize it as a natural resource dependent system in material and ecol...
Nature in town: what criteria to introduce in the GIS of Rouen?
This paper is part of a collective program called "Nature in town", the aims of which aim are to reintroduce biophysical and environmental dimensions in urban spatial analysis. It focuses on the exploration of what types of criteria are convenient for such a description. Applied to the square grid G...
“Secondary hubs” in the reorganisation of mobility “Secondary hubs” in the reorganisation of mobility: maturity and sustainability of peri-urban spaces
This research looks at the mobility practices of the inhabitants of French peri-urban areas, their ability to change them, their expectations, but also the effects of changes in the representation of mobility. It also aims to understand how elected representatives understand the recomposition of mob...
The possibility of urban foresight
“Chaalan, from residential to commercial. A flagship area of economic opening in Damascus”
‘Inside and outside’ means: confréries, charity and urban space
polls carried out in the archives of Friuli confréries highlight their role in establishing networks and solidarity strategies at the end of the Middle Ages at the heart of the urban area. In the name of Christian charity, the Confraternel movement is trying to meet a growing need for assistance and...
The Political Mission of Contemporary Urban Statuary. Image, History and Territorial Identity in Montpellier (France)
This paper deals with the political dimension of the urban public space. It examines the political meaning of a contemporary statuary. The research carried out in Montpellier (France) deals with three public spaces which gather most of the contemporary statues. We explore the emblematic images (or i...
Cities, society and public action in Latin America. Comparative geography study (Colombia, Argentina, Mexico) Cities, Society and Public Action in Latin America. Comparative geography study (Colombia, Argentina, Mexico): Habilitation folder in Diriger des recherches
The HDR summary volume can be downloaded from HAL-SHS: http://tel.archives-ouvertes.fr/documents/archives0/00/00/43/00/index_fr.html
The effects of localization on economic performance: analysis of spanish tourism clusters
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Urban geography in the era of globalization : the cities of the future. Emerging knowledge and urban regulations
Introduction: For a multidisciplinary approach to mobilisations relating to the space
Bogotá: urban growth and morphological change, 1538-2010
La thèse étudie, selon une optique de géographie historique, la ville de Bogotá, capitale de la Colombie juchée sur un haut plateau à 2600 m d’altitude. Fondée dans la foulée de l’expansion coloniale espagnole en Amérique, Bogotá est aujourd’hui une métropole de huit millions qui compte parmi les vi...
An agent-based model of residential patterns and social structure in urban areas
The standard Urban Economics model (Alonso, Muth, Mills) describes analytically an equilibrium of household location in urban areas. We build an agent-based model able to reach this equilibrium in a dynamic way. This allows us to simulate the development of a city by a combination of heterogeneous a...