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Fol, Sylvie

Overview
Works: 34 works in 68 publications in 2 languages and 610 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings  Comparative studies  Academic theses 
Roles: Author, Publishing director, Editor, Thesis advisor, 958, Opponent, 956
Classifications: HM654, 300
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Most widely held works by Sylvie Fol
Mobilités résidentielles, territoires et politiques publiques [journée d'étude, 2 décembre 2010 by Sylvie Fol( Book )

7 editions published between 2014 and 2016 in French and Undetermined and held by 186 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Alors que la mobilité s'est affirmée depuis quelques décennies comme une valeur centrale des sociétés urbaines, elle fait désormais l'objet d'une injonction qui se manifeste dans tous les domaines, qu'il s'agisse des déplacements quotidiens, de la mobilité professionnelle ou de la mobilité résidentielle. Cette dernière dimension de la mobilité est au cœur de cet ouvrage, dont l'ambition est d'analyser dans quelle mesure les mobilités résidentielles contribuent au creusement des inégalités soc
Ségrégation et justice spatiale by Marie-Hélène Bacqué( )

9 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in 3 languages and held by 142 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Alors que depuis quelques années, une réflexion s'est développée sur le concept de justice spatiale, cet ouvrage a pour ambition de contribuer au renouveau des analyses portant plus spécifiquement sur les liens entre ségrégation urbaine et justice, en favorisant les échanges scientifiques entre chercheurs issus d'horizons disciplinaires, géographiques et culturels variés. Il vise également à apporter des éléments nouveaux permettant d'éclairer les politiques urbaines qui, dans de nombreux pays, annoncent haut et fort vouloir remédier à la ségrégation parce qu'elle serait injuste par définition. Issus de l'atelier "Justice spatiale et ségrégation" du colloque international "Justice et injustices spatiales" qui s'est tenu à l'université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense en avril 2008, les textes rassemblés dans ce volume explorent ainsi plusieurs grandes questions : toute division socio-spatiale de l'espace - urbain en particulier - est-elle injuste? Quels sont les processus qui produisent de la ségrégation et en quoi sont-ils injustes? Les situations de ségrégation produisent-elles des effets injustes (les effets de lieu par exemple)? Symétriquement, l'objectif de la mixité socio-spatiale, souvent implicitement donné comme l'idéal de la ville juste, ne mérite-t-il pas d'être questionné? Enfin, la prise en compte de la mobilité n'impose-t-elle pas de repenser les relations entre justice et ségrégation?
La mobilité des pauvres pratiques d'habitants et politiques publiques by Sylvie Fol( Book )

6 editions published in 2009 in French and held by 120 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Le devenir des banlieues rouges by Marie-Hélène Bacqué( Book )

9 editions published between 1997 and 2010 in French and held by 95 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Depuis le début du siècle, les communes ouvrières connaissent des évolutions sociologiques considérables. Constituées socialement et économiquement au XIXe siècle, dans un contexte d'industrialisation, elles sont frappées de plein fouet par les processus de restructuration qui remettent en cause leur base économique et bouleversent le groupe social sur lequel elles avaient construit leur identité . Elles ont développé des formes spécifiques d'enracinement territorial dont la banlieue rouge fournit l'exemple le plus typique
Ségrégation et justice spatiale : [atelier "Justice spatiale et ségrégation" du colloque international "Justice et injustices spatiales( )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 17 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La 4e de couverture indique : "Alors que depuis quelques années, une réflexion s'est développée sur le concept de justice spatiale, cet ouvrage a pour ambition de contribuer au renouveau des analyses portant plus spécifiquement sur les liens entre ségrégation urbaine et justice, en favorisant les échanges scientifiques entre chercheurs issus d'horizons disciplinaires, géographiques et culturels variés. Il vise également à apporter des éléments nouveaux permettant d'éclairer les politiques urbaines qui, dans de nombreux pays, annoncent haut et fort vouloir remédier à la ségrégation parce qu'elle serait injuste par définition. Issus de l'atelier "Justice spatiale et ségrégation" du colloque international "Justice et injustices spatiales" qui s'est tenu à l'université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense en avril 2008, les textes rassemblés dans ce volume explorent ainsi plusieurs grandes questions toute division socio-spatiale de l'espace urbain en particulier est-elle injuste ? Quels sont les processus qui produisent de la ségrégation et en quoi sont-ils injustes ? Les situations de ségrégation produisent-elles des effets injustes (les effets de lieu par exemple) ? Symétriquement, l'objectif de la mixité socio-spatiale, souvent implicitement donné comme l'idéal de la ville juste, ne mérite-t-il pas d'être questionné ? Enfin, la prise en compte de la mobilité n'impose-t-elle pas de repenser les relations entre justice et ségrégation ?"
Centralités et territoires : Saint-Denis by Sylvie Fol( Book )

5 editions published in 1994 in 3 languages and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

THIS WORK SECKS TO DEMONSTRATE THE PROCESS OF CONSTRUCTION AND EVOLUTION OF A LOCAL IDENTITY. THROUGH THE ANALYSIS OF REPRESENTATIONS PRODUCED OR TAKEN OVER BY THE VARIOUS SOCIAL GROUPS THAT MAKE UP THE CITY OF SAINT-DENIS WAS CHOSEN AS THE SUBJECT OF STUDY OWING TO ITS ORIGNIAL HISTORY, NOURISHED BY ROYALTY, INDUSTRY AND THE WORKING CLASS, WHICH GIVES IT SPECIAL STATUS IN THE PARIS SUBURBS. THE APPROACH INVOLVES THE ANALYSIS OF THE MUNICIPAL PROJECT FOR RENOVATION OF THE TOWN CENTRE WICH, WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF THE FRAGMENTATION OF THE WORKING CLASS OF SAINT-DENIS, EXPRESSES THE OBJECTIVE OF RECONSTRUCTING A LOCAL IDENTILY. THE RENOVATION OF THE TOWN CENTRE, WICH IS INTENDED AS A COMMON BELONGING AND A SYMBOLIC LINK BETWWEN ALL THE INHABITANTS OF SAINT-DENIS, ACTUALLY CONTRIBUTES TO EVEN GREATER FRAGMERNTATIONFRAGMENTATION OF THE THE SECTORS OF THE TOWN AND REVEALS A PROCESS IOF SOCIAL AND SPATIAL RECLASSIFICATION OF SAINT-DENIS
Ségrégation et fragmentation dans les métropoles perspectives internationales by Marion Carrel( )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les métropoles fascinent et inquiètent. D'un côté, elles apparaissent comme des sources inépuisables de créativité humaine, lieux de modernité et de tolérance. De l'autre, elles représentent la démesure, par leur expansion continue, et l'inégalité, par la ségrégation entre les populations qu'elles abritent. Pour analyser ces mondes urbains, les chercheurs doivent renouveler leurs approches. Plusieurs partis-pris marquent cet ouvrage, écrit par des auteurs de différentes disciplines, destiné à tous ceux qui voient dans la question urbaine davantage que le reflet des problèmes sociaux. D'abord, il s'agit de dépoussiérer les vieux concepts - ségrégation, ghetto - et d'interroger les nouveaux - fragmentation, ville dense. Ensuite, la perspective internationale adoptée rend justice à la particularité des contextes locaux : de Lima à Johannesburg en passant par Lille, les métropoles ne sont pas uniformes. Ce d'autant plus que les acteurs institutionnels, économiques ou politiques oscillent entre régulation publique et ouverture au marché, dans des rapports de force qui se reflètent sur l'occupation et l'appropriation des espaces. Enfin, on ne saurait oublier que les citoyens ordinaires et les groupes sociaux ne sont pas dociles. Ils font vivre la ville en contournant les frontières qui se dressent et en occupant des espaces où on ne les attend pas : jeunes de La Havane ou de Gennevilliers, femmes saoudiennes ou Roms à Saint-Denis, tous réclament leur droit à la ville
Transformations sociales en banlieue rouge : politiques locales, stratégies résidentielles et inscription territoriale des classes moyennes by Lina Raad( Book )

3 editions published between 2014 and 2016 in French and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La banlieue rouge, ceinture de municipalités autour de Paris conquises par le Parti communiste à partir des années 1920, s'est longtemps caractérisée par des politiques de redistribution sociale en faveur de la classe ouvrière, en particulier dans le champ de l'habitat. Depuis les années 1970, la banlieue rouge a été marquée par de profondes transformations économiques et sociales qui ont déstabilisé le communisme municipal. Cette thèse porte sur les interactions entre les politiques locales de l'habitat en banlieue rouge et les stratégies résidentielles et l'inscription territoriale des classes moyennes, dans des contextes socio-spatiaux où ces ménages restent très minoritaires. Depuis les années 1980, l'objectif de mixité sociale est central dans les politiques locales de l'habitat en banlieue rouge ; ces municipalités ont choisi de diversifier l'offre de logement, au sein du parc social mais également en développant le logement privé. La volonté d'attirer et de fixer des classes moyennes entre en tension avec la nécessité de loger les classes populaires et populations démunies. Cette thèse montre que les municipalités communistes se distinguent toujours par une forte régulation et des pratiques d'innovation dans le champ de l'habitat. L'enquête de terrain menée auprès des classes moyennes dans deux communes (Bagnolet, Saint-Denis) permet de nuancer le rôle des contraintes économiques dans leurs stratégies résidentielles : leur installation en banlieue rouge leur permet de satisfaire des aspirations à l'égard du logement mais aussi du quartier de résidence. En outre, certains ménages expriment une préférence pour les quartiers populaires et ont un rapport positif à la mixité sociale, dans certains cas assorti d'un engagement auprès des populations défavorisées. D'autres sont plus réservés à l'égard de la mixité sociale, et adoptent des stratégies de conquête territoriale, ou choisissent de quitter la banlieue rouge pour s'installer dans de quartiers plus aisés. Nous analysons les ressorts de l'ancrage et du rapport à la mixité sociale des classes moyennes, en les reliant à leurs trajectoires sociales et résidentielles
L'avenir productif des territoires industriels : analyse de la diversité des trajectoires économiques locales by Marjolaine Gros balthazard( )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Since the 1970s, a process of deindustrialisation has taken place in all industrialized countries. This process comes partly from the exacerbation of international competition but also from structural changes. The industry continues to designate all activities that contribute to the production of material goods. Its jobs and functions evolve, however, leading to deep territorial divergences.In this context, the traditionally industrial territories are said to be weakened. Faced with their probable decline, multiple avenues of redevelopment are highlighted, based on cultural, heritage, tourism or residential levers. Paradoxically, their future productive capacities are rarely questioned. This thesis raises the question of a productive future for these territories, in France, especially when they are located outside large urban areas.Assuming that the origins of territorial change can be both exogenous and endogenous, and that territories are largely dependent on their past, this thesis proposes an analysis that takes into account local trajectories over the last fifty years. This research is based on a mixed methodology combining quantitative elements, at the scale of all French industrial living areas, and qualitative from three case studies: Bocage Bressuirais, Romans-sur-Isère and Annonay. This thesis invites us to take into account the diversity of territories and to reconsider their overall economic and sociodemographic fragility. In doing so, it shows that a productive renewal is possible. The thesis finally details the multiple paths that can be borrowed face to the emergence of new challenges like digital, sustainability and social innovation
Les inégalités d'accès aux ressources urbaines dans les franges périurbaines de Lille et Belo Horizonte (Brésil) by Eugênia Dória Viana Cerqueira( )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This research elaborates on a growing consensus in academic literature that low-density areas become gradually more complex and that their presumed homogeneity should be questioned. Undeniably, suburban sprawl is now characterized by a series of multifaceted, uneven and emergent post-suburban processes that assume specific forms across divergent spatiotemporal contexts. This thesis seeks to examine the impacts of the recent shifts observed in the suburban areas of Lille and Belo Horizonte in (potential and real) access to daily urban amenities (shops, services, health and leisure facilities). This comparative exercise that cannot be resumed in socio-economic and demographic criteria proposes to focus on ordinary processes that help shaping suburbanism(s), or suburban's ways of life. First, results indicate that although global tendencies are shown to be similar in both contexts, the Metropolitan Area of Lille seems to benefit middle-class groups, while Belo Horizonte seems to be more polarized. Second, the results of semi-structured interviews conducted with the inhabitants of the suburban areas highlight how access to urban amenities is influenced by individual obstacles and strategies, such as residential trajectories and sequential trips. The analysis underlines, on the one hand, automobile dependency and, on the other hand, the diversity of travel behaviors and mobility strategies that are influenced not only by individual characteristics, but also spatial and local structures
Mais pourquoi arrivent-ils tous à la même heure ? : enquête sociologique auprès de cadres franciliens : le paradoxe de l'heure de pointe et des horaires de travail flexibles by Emmanuel Munch( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

At the core of city life, work hours set the rhythm of daily activities and movement. We are therefore investigating the possibility of staggering the start of the work day in order to reduce congestion at morning rush hour. Suggestions typically put forward are based on considerations of a tactical nature: it is companies' schedules which dictate that workers all commute at the same time. Thus, one proposed solution is to promote flexible work schedules. But our observations call this idea into question: in Île-de-France, as far as public transportation is concerned, flexible work scheduling actually magnifies the number of commuters who arrive at work during rush hour. This paradoxical observation makes it necessary to change the way we usually think of the rush hour phenomenon. Before trying to solve peak congestions problems, we need to understand the underlying reasons on which an individual's work schedule choices are based. Why does a worker with flexible work hours commute during rush hour? Our research adopts a comprehensive approach and focuses on daily scheduling demands. It relies on the results of a survey (3202 respondents) and interviews (29). Respondents and interviewees are executives from the Plaine Saint-Denis area. To describe temporal strategies that explain voluntary commuting during peak hours, we organize our hypotheses along three dimensions :(I) There remain coupling constraints (school hours, meeting hours) which force workers with flexible hours to go to work during peak hours. (II) Workers with flexible hours and fewer coupling constraints prefer (late afternoon leisure, activities with family and friends) to arrive before or during the rush hour. (III) There are social norms regarding work hours (ideal of the disciplined worker or the dedicated executive) that limit flexibility by frowning on those who arrive overly late at the office. Confirmation of these hypotheses opens the way to a renewed reading of the rush hour phenomenon in the age of flexibility: individualized (work) hours do not result in desynchronized (work) schedules. In conclusion, it is by revealing the organic intricacy of work synchronisation that our thesis generates operational recommendations for reducing congestion at peak hours
Economie politique de la densification des espaces à dominante pavillonnaire : l'avènement de stratégies post-suburbaines différenciées by Anastasia Touati( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The purpose of this thesis is to analyze densification processes at work in low rise residential spaces of suburban and periurban areas that have rarely been studied in terms of their morphological changes. I adopt an urban political economy approach which is sensitive to the political, economic, social, regulatory and technical aspects of the materiality of the urban transformations observed.The thesis articulates two strands of existing work on territorial political economy and land use planning. The concept of post-suburbanisation, understood as a generalized process of intensive development affecting suburban areas in a differentiated manner and leading to a gradual autonomy of these suburbs in relation to the center of the agglomeration, is at the heart of the approach. As such, it raises the question of the densification of the sparse low rise areas inherited from the suburban era. But in this process, some municipalities are not looking to densify and deliberately obstruct densification, while others are, on the contrary, promoting it. This leads us to come up with our main hypothesis, namely that there is a link between the post-suburban strategy adopted and the privileged way to regulate densification. I study the densification processes in low rise areas in different contexts characterized by the existence of an explicit local policy of densification in two municipalities of the Toronto Region in Canada (Guelph and Markham) and in two municipalities of the Paris-City Region in France (Magny-les-Hameaux and Noisy-le-Grand). The analysis of the four case studies reveals two main types of densification processes: soft densification processes (Guelph and Magny-les-Hameaux) characterized by a densification that does not change the urban form, and hard densification processes (Markham and Noisy-le-Grand), which are characterized by a significant change in the urban form that can lead to the replacement of all or a part of the existing low rise areas by multistory buildings. The in-depth analysis of the densification processes and of the different measures that regulate them shows that, in the four municipalities, the densification policies are explicitly articulated with a search for a relative centrality in the urban region. The nature of the densification observed in the low rise areas appears both as a means and as an outcome of the degree of centrality aimed for by a given municipality within the post-suburban hierarchy. The cases illustrate that incentive-based policies of soft densification are implemented in municipalities that adopt a strategy aiming for local centrality, which leads to a moderate, mainly residential, growth policy. Hard densification policies (that can be incentive-based or interventionist) are the prerogative of municipalities adopting a strategy of sub-regional centrality, which is reflected in entrepreneurial policies aiming at attracting households and jobs to their territory. The research also shows that if the densification processes mainly result from market mechanisms that are expressed differently depending on the national urban and cultural contexts, the implemented public policies play an important role in the creation of these local land and property markets. Finally, we identified four types of local densification policies in the low rise areas. These different types of policies determine in a differentiated manner the nature (the urban forms produced) and the configuration (actors involved, actors affected, distribution of capital gains) of the densification processes
Recycler les premières couronnes des villes globales : politiques d'aménagement urbain et restructurations des banlieues de Paris et New York by Marie-Fleur Albecker( )

1 edition published in 2014 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Les premières couronnes de banlieue parisienne et new-yorkaises, anciens espaces industriels, sont le territoire privilégié de l'expansion spatiale de la centralité parisienne recomposée par la globalisation de l'économie. Les conséquences spatiales de ces évolutions bouleversent les ordonnances et les hiérarchies existantes au sein des agglomérations urbaines. Les premières couronnes ont traversé une période de désindustrialisation et des phénomènes de crise économique, sociale et urbaine. Mais depuis les années 1980, elles sont confrontées à une recomposition économique du centre de l'agglomération, qui les confronte aux conséquences de la globalisation. Une typologie permet de distinguer différents types de choix. Certains espaces s'orientent résolument vers le tertiaire supérieur et l'installation d'une population de cadres aisés. A l'inverse, d'autres connaissent des évolutions économiques et sociales divergentes (intégration économique, pauvreté des habitants). Enfin, d'autres espaces s'orientent vers des fonctions résidentielles. Les politiques urbaines ont eu un rôle majeur dans l'évolution de ces premières couronnes, par le biais de régulations nouvelles entre les stratégies publique et privée. Cette thèse montre que les transformations récentes de ces territoires ne dépend pas seulement du contexte local, mais aussi d'héritages liés aux politiques urbaines, bien que les deux contextes étudiés soient très différents. De fait, les politiques urbaines tendent à produire des effets et des paysages urbains similaires, le paradigme de la croissance économique restant dominant
Géographie de la fragmentation urbaine et territoires scolaires à Marseille. by Gwenaëlle Audren( Book )

2 editions published in 2015 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This dissertation aims at describing the forms of urban fragmentation in Marseille as well as its socio-spatial consequences through the modalities of school supply at the middle-school level (collège) and the practices of choosing schools for 6th graders (élèves de sixième), at various levels, in 2006 and 2009. School mapping (carte scolaire) imposes to families a neighborhood middle school, but in the face of important socio-spatial reconfigurations affecting the entire city of Marseille, discrepancies between schools, parent's pedagogical expectations and local schooling conditions widen. The study focuses on the one hand on the quantification and localization of the phenomenon of school dodging (évitement scolaire) in Marseille, and on the other on the detailed analysis of territorial contexts, where several types of schooling strategies develop. Strong differentiations and quick urban socio-territorial recompositions in Marseille imply heterogeneous school practices illustrating the widening of socio-residential inequalities in the city and representing excellent markers to probe into increasing urban fragmentation. An analysis of the strategies of different institutional and individual actors allows one to grasp the mecanisms of production of a systemic, top-down school space. The territorial approach is largely valued here and the analysis of local contexts underlines the existence of multiple, differentiated school territories
Nouveaux regards sur le périurbain( Book )

1 edition published in 2016 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La revue Géographie, économie, société accueille un numéro spécial consacré au périurbain, coordonné par deux jeunes chercheurs, Florent Le Néchet et Hélène Nessi. Les cinq articles et l'introduction qui constituent ce numéro défendent la thèse selon laquelle le périurbain aurait connu des transformations importantes nécessitant un changement de regard sur les espaces qui le composent, voire un effort de re-conceptualisation. Sans entrer dans le détail des articles, présentés dans l'introduction, on peut synthétiser les thèses défendues selon trois angles : le périurbain serait devenu mature, plus attachant et potentiellement plus durable
Coping with the costs of car dependency: A system of expedients used by low-income households on the outskirts of Dijon and Paris( )

1 edition published in 2018 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Abstract: Living on low incomes and in a car-dependent area is often interpreted as a double burden for households, even if the two characteristics are often interdependent. While their capacity for mobility is lower, low-income households in outer suburban areas are nonetheless mobile. Their capacities in this domain should not be underestimated or overlooked. They can command a set of alternative practices or expedients to deal with car-related economic stress by a set of resources derived essentially from spatial proximity. This article aims to present and analyse the diversity of these expedients for the case of outer suburban areas around Paris and Dijon. The analysis of mobility adjustments by low-income households is based on interviews of 45 households in 2011. Our results show that mobility expedients make it possible for low-income households to continue to reside in car-dependent areas by reducing their trips and by using local resources and networks to lower the costs of their car dependency. The contribution of our work is to show the intensity of these practices, which create a structured and collectively or socially built alternative system to solo car use. Highlights: Low-income households in urban outskirts use expedients to cope with car dependency. Social networks, local resources, and reduced travel are the main expedients. Moving to less car-dependent locations is the expedient of last resort. Expedients are implemented by individuals but are collectively constructed
Le rôle du marché forain dans une banlieue populaire de proche couronne parisienne : l'exemple du marché de Saint-Denis by Pauline Falcon( Book )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Les mécanismes d'une ségrégation universitaire francilienne : carte universitaire et sens du placement étudiant by Leïla Frouillou( )

1 edition published in 2015 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

This doctoral research aims at explaining the differences of student populations between the universities of the Île-de-France region. Twelve of the sixteen universities were created after the events of May 1968, and four of them in 1991 (U2000 plan). Hence, the university landscape in the Parisian region is both complex and hierarchical. A bourdieusian perspective focused on the spatial dimension of social relations questions the factors of university segregation, defined by analogy with school segregation. Along with mental images, these factors can be analysed through material (transport systems) and institutional (allocation systems for students entering higher education) issues. Data describing the social characteristics of student populations are combined with interviews with academics and with nearly eighty students (half of them interviewed twice, or three times). Those students are registered in Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (in the quartier Latin) or in Paris 8 Vincennes - Saint-Denis, located in the northern underprivileged suburb of Paris, in Law, Geography or Administration faculties. In a segregated metropolis, allocation systems and universities strategies (specialization of curricula), along with location of faculties, create university segregation. For each student, higher education potentialities depend on his perception of institutional and material barriers. Inequalities of access to universities can be analysed through a sense of placement, resulting from the social trajectory and school capital of social agents. Indeed, students' mobilities between universities reveal adjustments, reproducing social difference of student populations between universities
Logement et caractéristiques socio-spatiales de quartiers en réaménagement de la proche banlieue parisienne : étude de cas comparative by Antoine Sauques( Book )

1 edition published in 2008 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Déclin urbain et Shrinking Cities : une évaluation critique des approches de la décroissance urbaine by Sylvie Fol( )

1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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