Publication

Sociologie des mobilités, une nouvelle frontière pour la sociologie  ?

Preface 11
Chapter 1. Societies 15
“There is no such thing as society” 19
In human globalisation 26
More new rules of sociological Method 31

Chapter 2.

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Développement durable et nouvelles mobilités urbaines

For high-quality spaces and mobility. IVM 8
Creative ideas around the new sustainable urban mobility. Presentation of the design course and urban competition. Didier Rebois 12
Articles 26

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Mobilité et écologie urbaine

Warning - Alain Bourdin 15

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Ville, handicap et accessibilité

The City on the Move Institute: laboratory of urban mobilities
Liaison Committee for Accessible Transportation and Buildings (COLlAC)
Shanghai Federation for the Disabled

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Une approche laïque de la mobilité

Une approche laïque de la mobilité [A lay approach to mobility] 11
Mobility disturbs: a good reason for studying it 21
Studying mobility means choosing the right indicators 33
Trends in mobility over the last half century: speed and reduced costs for a wider range of destinations 41

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Mobilités urbaines, l’âge des possibles

Introduction 5
Chapter 1 Owning, borrowing, using a service: does the age of access mean the end of the era of ownership? 19
DIY or getting someone in, a familiar choice 20
From the post-industrial society to the age of access: praise be to rental and services 22
From the age of opulence to the age of the endangered planet: praise be to rental and services 30


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Où vont les taxis  ?

Preface 9
Why this book? 17
What is a taxi? 25

STATION 1:
Why are licences so expensive? 39

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Bogotá, ciudad en movimiento

François Ascher, In Memoriam, Mireille Apel-Muller 14
In full possession of the facts, Mireille Apel-Muller and François Ascher 18
The City on the Move Institute Andrés Borthagaray 22

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CALENDAR

NEWS

  • 06/25/2021
    [Event] Exhibition "Passages" in São Paulo
  • 05/05/2021
    [Replay] Rencontres François Ascher
  • 03/16/2021
    [Article] Covid-19: The new civilities within the mobility spaces
  • 01/14/2021
    [Bibliography] Reread François Ascher