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L'image du Monde après la crise, à travers une analyse diachronique des préférences résidentielles par des étudiants turcs (2008-2013)

Abstract : The world economic crisis is now seen as one of the major events in the past decade. The great post-soviet economic powers are challenged regarding their influence on the world geopolitical context. This observation is now an evidence for the little group of experts dealing with this issues (the G8 is replaced by the G20). But from the point of view of the population representations, are these countries losing their prestige? Regarding the consequences of the crisis in Greece for instance, is this country declining in the minds? We will present some original results coming from the treatment of two surveys conducted before and after the rising of the crisis (in winter 2008 and spring 2013), with 1,400 undergraduate students. In the specific case of Turkey, emerging power “at the gates of Europe”, our issue is to know if the importance of Europe in minds is declining to the benefit of new attractive centres (BRICS). Furthermore, this diachronic analysis attempts to distinguish the structural elements from the short-term ones in the representations of the current world.
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Etienne Toureille. L'image du Monde après la crise, à travers une analyse diachronique des préférences résidentielles par des étudiants turcs (2008-2013). CIST2014 - Fronts et frontières des sciences du territoire, Collège international des sciences du territoire (CIST), Mar 2014, Paris, France. pp.360-366. ⟨hal-01353433⟩

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