“Manuel de sociologie des mobilités géographiques”, by Leslie Belton-Chevalier, Nicolas Oppenchaim and Stéphanie Vincent

Tuesday 20 April 2021

While mobility in all its forms has been the subject of an increasing amount of research over the past 20 years, this handbook provides a synthetic overview of the work devoted to spatial mobilities, and offers a sociological definition of geographical mobility. At a time when studies in this field are proliferating, it responds to the glaring need for a handbook that critically evaluates this research.

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