New Sociabilities and Urban Miscegenation: Social and Territorial Segregation - Portugal and France in confrontation
The following reflection, stimulated by peripheral urban growth, is organized around three notions: segregation, miscegenation and evolution of urban sociability. It is a reflection that develops through a back and forth shift between France and Portugal. It is a matter of proposing tools for reflection and intervention that are likely to foster social dynamics and the evolution of sociabilities, and can ensure the renewal of urban culture in contexts of great geographical mobility.
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