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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...
Segregation may hide another. The distribution of pupils between classes to be taken seriously
The Wallonia-Brussels Federation (Belgium) is profoundly marked by academic and socio-economic segregation which is rooted in a particular organisation of the education system. Segregation between schools has been widely highlighted. Classroom segregation in schools has been little addressed in lite...
Links between foresight research, description of the education system and steering: an example in the French Community of Belgium
This communication presents some of the results of prospective research into ways of combating school segregation in the French Community of Belgium through the modulated allocation of resources to schools according to the characteristics of their host population. In order to take account of these c...
Informality in the built environment and socio-spatial segregation on the Guianas Platform: the case of Santana in Amapá and Caiena in French Guiana
The understanding of the Amazon is increasingly distancing itself from the common sense and its generality towards a more prominently rapprochement of cities. State intervention and the action of large companies are decisive factors in amazôic urban processes, which are largely responsible for the s...
The unforeseen effects of the easing of the school card: Increased perception of educational and urban inequalities
The relaxation of the rules governing the allocation of pupils to public colleges has had an impact on parents’ expectations and representations. The investigation shows that in the face of refusals and opacity of the procedure, and given the magnitude of expectations and their involvement in this p...
Manzanillo on the Pacific Coast of Mexico: Port and tourism activities
The international trade opening of Mexico mobilises ports, especially in the Pacific, where they have already equipped themselves for tourism. Population growth has been made possible by employment growth. Many dwellings are built on poorly equipped agricultural land. Socio-spatial segregation is st...
Tackling school segregation for inclusive education in Catalonia: the role of local authorities
In recent years, school segregation of migrant pupils, newly arrived in Catalonia, has stabilised at a high level. In response to this huge challenge, education policy has taken multiple, not always coherent, ways. Successive Catalan governments have put in place strategies to facilitate the integra...
The roles of Trim15 and UCHL3 in the ubiquitin-mediated cell cycle regulation
Mitosis is tightly controlled by ubiquitin signaling and is crucial to maintain genome integrity. In this work, I investigated the function of the deubiquitinating enzyme UCHL3 and the E3 ubiquitin ligase TRIM15. I observed that TRIM15 regulates cell adhesion and motility. UCHL3 was identified in a...
Histone modifications associated with the initiation of meiotic recombination, in mouse
Meiosis is a specialized cell division to produce haploid gametes from a diploid cell. It segregates parental genomes by two successive divisions. The faithful segregation of homologous chromosomes is achieved during the first unique division via formation of crossovers (COs). COs establish physical...
The city’s policy against segregation. Or the ideal of a city without divisions
Spatial segregation has recently become a visible expression of integration or exclusion issues. However, the social specialisation of space is a feature of urban civilisation and experience shows that the mixed nature of equal urban planning is increasing social distances. Should social resources o...
Descendants of immigrants at school in France: between cultural discontinuity and systemic discrimination
How to capture inequalities in educational outcomes related to pupils’ and their families’ migration pathways? According to some authors, these inequalities would be the result of ‘cultural discontinuities’ between students from a popular and/or migrant background and the school itself. This kind of...
The land market: a chopping machine
We show, in particular, that the ten largest cities in the province are the winners of the race for jobs. This concentration is virtuous: economists have always known that big cities are the engine of growth. We will also see that this metropolitan concentration extends and spread over space: it is...
The schooling of pupils with a foreign background in Spain
‘titrebSummary’/titrebThe first part of the article analyses the development of Spanish administrations on the consideration of cultural diversity in schools, linked to the remarkable increase in the number of immigrant families in Spain over the last decade. It shows how models of exclusion and seg...
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...
Belgeo n° 1 | 2020
(numéro ouvert) : Miscellaneous : Sommaire : Numéro en cours, ouvert le 1 avril 2020 Florent Gohourou, Cédric Audebert et Émile Aurélien Ahua Littoralisation et ségrégation socio-spatiale : le cas du quartier Balmer de San-Pédro (Côte d’Ivoire) Bernard Charlery de la Masselière, François Bart, Béné...
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...
المساحات الخضراء و حيازتها الاجتماعية: وهران نموذجا
تبيّن دراسة حول المساحات الخضراء بوهران تنوعا شكليا لحيازتها، فردية كانت أو جماعية، إذ تتجلى إما عن طريق تحديد معالم إقليم معين أو من خلال الإقصاء الضمني أو الصريح لجنس معين. هذه الممارسات تسمح بالتعرّف على سيرورة الحيازة التي يمكن تعريفها، حسب تيري باكو بأنها "تصبح شيئا آخر بالاحتكاك بـ" و ليس "امت...
Golden Snow. Segregation and “entre-soi” in the alpin top of the range ski resort in Austria, France and Switzerland.
Winter sports resorts are tourist places where the dynamics of arrangement were studied for several decades. If the strategies of development of the tourist system in places considered capable of being able to support this activity are one of main stakes in certain local economies, this thesis wishe...
Travelling to flee the mix? Daily mobility as a vector of bottom-up residential mobility
National audience In the abundant literature on the ‘emerging city’, this urban area broken down geographically, daily mobility often appears to be an instrument for segregation. As a result of mobility, households are able to choose their place of residence more freely, without paying attention to...
The city out of reach? Walking, access to services and spatial segregation in sub-Saharan Africa
This article aims to illustrate the links between daily mobility and spatial segregation processes in sub-Saharan Africa cities. In a general context of population growth, urban sprawl and persistent poverty in both households and public actors in Dar es Salaam, Dakar, as in other major African citi...
The traditional settlement and reorganisation of the urban area in the ‘global territory’ in the Metropolitan Area of the Valle de Mexico (ZMVM)
The aim of the work is to show how the traditional population of rural villages, neighbourhoods and villages has been structured differently in view of the accelerated changes brought about by global urbanisation trends. The study site is the leading periphery of the ZMVM (the municipality of Huixqu...
Green schools, an opportunity against segregation or merchandising sustainable development? The example of the new East Side in Baltimore
In the context of school reforms based on free choice and increased merchandising of education in the US since the 2000s, the article questions the challenges of educational reform, which calls for the integration of the principles of sustainable development into the rehabilitation by the school of...
"Such a Powerful Tool":Testing, Business Interests and School Segregation in North Carolina, 1970s-1990s
How did standardized testing become the cornerstone of U.S. education policy at the end of the 20th century? This article examines how, why, and to what extent the shift to outcomes-based reform played out at the state and local levels from the early 1970s to the late 1990s in North Carolina. It loo...
“A critical assessment of rural gentrification in France”
International audience This chapter intends to discuss the use of the concept of rural gentrification in order to give it stronger critical value, as well as a more precise meaning than the term "rural rebirth", as it is usually understood. Beyond the demographic revival of the countryside and the u...
The habitat of immigrants and descendants: segregation and perceived discrimination
Access to housing is difficult for some immigrants and their descendants, not least because of discrimination against them. Confusingly, for many people discrimination in housing would be able to explain the segregation of ethnic populations, in a voluntary way of distance (see Box 1). However, segr...