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Le camp de réfugiés palestiniens d'Al Buss à Tyr : Ségrégation et précarité d'une installation durable.

Abstract : The Palestinian society, dispersed since 1948, has concentrated itself in refugee camps in the Middle East that became the very symbol of this Diaspora. The territorial dynamics of Diasporas as well as their particular perception of the space make them unique spatial organisations, united around a mythical territory and scattered on different national spaces. The refugee camps, conceived as temporary structures, have been integrated durably in the Lebanese urban landscape, being integral parts of principal coastal towns. The place of the refugee camps in the city remains nevertheless unique, especially in South Lebanon where they are subjected to a strict control of the Lebanese army and where a certain extra-territoriality remains.
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Mohamed Kamel Doraï. Le camp de réfugiés palestiniens d'Al Buss à Tyr : Ségrégation et précarité d'une installation durable.. Bulletin de l'Association de géographes français, Association des Géographes Français, 2006, pp.93-104. ⟨halshs-00291747⟩

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