Entre infraestructuras y culturas. Discursos y prácticas en torno a la movilidad urbana en Andalucía

  1. Macarena Hernandez 1
  2. Angel Mario Jordi Sánchez
  1. 1 Universidad Pablo de Olavide
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    Universidad Pablo de Olavide

    Sevilla, España

    ROR https://ror.org/02z749649

Revue:
Hábitat y sociedad

ISSN: 2173-125X

Année de publication: 2020

Número: 13

Pages: 11-28

Type: Article

DOI: 10.12795/HABITATYSOCIEDAD.2020.I13.02 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openAccès ouvert editor

D'autres publications dans: Hábitat y sociedad

Résumé

Usually, the figures and facts used to analyze cycling mobility in the urban environment, are hardly based in references to infrastructures as a factor that facilitates / hinders that mobility. Convinced of the need to con-sider other influential variables, we address from the CICLA project the general objective of knowing mo-bility in urban areas of Andalusia. More specifically we are committed to knowing which are the main social discourses and practices around the use of the bicycle, within the need to incorporate social, economic, po-litical and cultural aspects usually separated from the analysis. Based on a qualitative methodology and a ho-listic approach, the results of this research shed light on some of these aspects, providing some conclusions and reflections of interest for the promotion of the bicycle as a means of transport in our cities

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