Systemic approach and modelling of the socio-spatial segregation phenomenon of cities in the east of France, Kawtar NAJIB, Karima ASKASSAY
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Huelva 2007, International Conference of Territorial Intelligence organised in the framework of CAENTI. WORKSHOP 4: Reflections on Research Action

Huelva 2007, International Conference of Territorial Intelligence organised in the framework of CAENTI. WORKSHOP 4: Reflections on Research Action

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  • 1. Kawtar NAJIB, Karima ASKASSAY Laboratory ThéMA UMR 6049, CNRS University of Franche-Comté Reflections on research-action Systemic approach and modelling of the socio-spatial segregation phenomenon of cities in the east of France International conférence of territorial intelligence « TERRITORIAL INTELLIGENCE AND GOVERNANCE : Participatory research-action and territorial development » Huelva - 26 october 2007
  • 2. Plan of presentation - Territory and participative research-action
    • Sustainable development
    - Presentation of the subject - Problem definition - Objectives of work - Methodology adapted
  • 3. Territory - Geographical space Participative research-action tries to improve the utility and the accessibility of territorial knowledge. It integrates the participation of actors and people concerned by action - Space of communities, projects and actions Increasing connection between research and action - Evolution and time
  • 4. Step of sustainable development Source: K. NAJIB Observation Actors Policy Territorial sustainable Development
  • 5. Problem of socio-spatial segregation
    • Complex notion
    • Several questions
    • Comparative study of the segregative processes
  • 6. Comparative study Which cities? Source: K. NAJIB
  • 7. Presentation of the subject Who lives in what and where? Source : K. NAJIB, Inspired by local markets of housing, ADIL 25 Housing What Households Who Space Where
  • 8. Objectives of work 1 - Complex system Source: K. NAJIB Segregation Forced separation Chosen separation Perception of population Socio-economics, politics and architectural datas Observation Comprehension Analysis SPACE
  • 9. Objectives of works 2 - Localising precisely the places of segregation. Specialization of districts - Modelling interactions between dynamics of social and spatial systems - Social indicators groups employment Transports households incomes housing …
  • 10. Méthodology of work
    • Surveys : qualitative and quantitative datas
    • Synthetic indicator of segregation
    • Definitions / research becomes action for the example of the segregation
    • Decision-taking aid for social cohesion
  • 11. Thank for your attention ! Have you got any questions ? Reflections on research-action