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La "justice spatiale" : regards français et allemands en géographie et en aménagement

Abstract : Understood as a key of reading socio-spatial inequalities, Spatial Justice raises the issue of Justice in the fields of Geography and Land Planning. If the Marxist Geography questions it since the 1970s, recent scientific work illustrates its new approaches especially in France and Germany. In fact, Spatial Justice covers several research topics and reading grids of spaces and territories. This paper offers a Franco-German comparative view on its meanings and spatial translations. Is Spatial Justice understood in the same way in both case studies? If not, in which sense and why? A diachronic approach of Spatial Justice is presented in light of its theoretical and methodological frameworks just like its empirical variations. Finally this article proposes a discussion on its operational effectiveness at several levels of public policy: regional, national but also European.
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Anaïs Volin, Lisa Rolland, Lydia Coudroy de Lille. La "justice spatiale" : regards français et allemands en géographie et en aménagement. Revue d'Allemagne et des Pays de langue allemande, Société d'études allemandes, 2018, Regards franco-allemands sur la justice dans la construction européenne, 50 (1), pp.9-25. ⟨10.4000/allemagne.629⟩. ⟨halshs-01829825⟩



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