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Il n’y a déjà plus de titis à Paris, mais reste-t-il encore des gones à Lyon ?

Abstract : Paris and the main French regional metropolises are not only the scene of a concentration of populations with the highest social, economic and cultural capital. There is also a particularly high percentage of young adults and small households who renew themselves at a fairly rapid pace within the housing stock. In the hyper-center of these very large cities, it is characterized by the preponderance of collective housing of less than four rooms and the high price of family housing. As a result, these urban spaces make it difficult for the various life cycles to succeed each other and for residents to stay there for a long time. This situation is well known in Paris where the Titi has long since disappeared. In the center of the metropolis of Lyon, the Gone is also threatened. But he is still very present on the periphery.
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Jean-Francois Léger. Il n’y a déjà plus de titis à Paris, mais reste-t-il encore des gones à Lyon ?. Revue du MAUSS, La découverte, 2019, n°54 (2), pp.201-214. ⟨10.3917/rdm.054.0201⟩. ⟨halshs-02551239⟩

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