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Jeramana, voisine de Damas : le devenir d’une ville réceptacle de réfugiés irakiens

Abstract : Supplied with multiform migratory flows, the suburbs of the cities of the Middle East know a steady urban development and a high population growth. From the example of Jeramana, we will analyze the types of migratory flows which converge towards this important pole of settlement and the reasons that make migrants privilege this place to the detriment of another one. In the context of perdurable armed conflict in Iraq, this article grants a central place to the study of the Iraqi refugees in Syria and to their capacity to transform the urban space of the outskirts of Greater Damascus.
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Cyril Roussel. Jeramana, voisine de Damas : le devenir d’une ville réceptacle de réfugiés irakiens . Revue Géographique de l'Est, Association des géographes de l’Est, 2009, Migrations et réfugiés au Proche-Orient et au Soudan, 49 (4), pp.16. ⟨halshs-01280513⟩

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