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Le dimanche à Paris en 2030 : Enquête sur les rythmes urbains

Abstract : Economic, social and technical development have transformed the urban rhythms during the last 30 years and determining a new horizon for the cities. Among those rhythms, Sundays'one occupy a special symbolic place. This research program aims at questioning the transformation of Parisian rhythms. Specifically: How does socio-economical evolution change Sunday activities? What makes it still different from the other days of the week? Is it becoming normal to offer a city without interruption, constantly opened, on a 24/7? How will our Sundays look like in 2030? Confronting territorial changes with the customs and representations of the populations and with placed-bases projects will help to understand urban rhythms, as well as Sunday evolution trends on the 2030 horizon.
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Nathalie Lemarchand, Sandra Mallet, Marianne Cohen, Irene d'Agostino, Vincent Gaubert, et al.. Le dimanche à Paris en 2030 : Enquête sur les rythmes urbains. [Rapport de recherche] Ladyss UMR CNRS 7533. 2014. ⟨halshs-01104644⟩



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