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Mobilités du quotidien, manières d'habiter et socialisation d'adolescents d'un village rural francilien

Abstract : Our thesis intends to examine the existing dynamic links at the adolescence between daily mobility and socialization, trough the cases of adolescents living in rural areas in the Paris region. For this, we chose to develop a fine and extensive view of mobility, as a spatial and social interaction, and to conduct an ethnography localized in a rural village located in the southeast of Seine et Marne, for nearly two and a half years, combining different methods of data collection (ethnographic interviews, direct and participant observations…). On the one hand, the synchronic analysis of these links can highlight the differentiation between teenagers from differents central elements of their socialization, namely in their mobility, the spatial dimension of their social resources or in their way of living (their uses of different territories, reports to the public and domestics spaces…). In the second hand, the diachronic analysis of links between mobility and socialization can account for all the procedural dimension of differentiation that occurs between them with age, and the socializing effects of mobility, that is to say the ways in which practices transform the dispositions acquired during the primary socialization, in the mobility, their ways of being and acting, and generally how they participate to build their social and cultural identity
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Julian Devaux. Mobilités du quotidien, manières d'habiter et socialisation d'adolescents d'un village rural francilien. Sociologie. Université Paris-Est, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013PEST1160⟩. ⟨pastel-00936786⟩



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