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Javier Caletrío

Sociologue

Javier Caletrío is the scientific advisor of the Mobile Lives Forum for the English-speaking world (BA Economics, Valencia; MA, PhD Sociology, Lancaster) . He is a researcher with a background in the humanities and social sciences. In adittion, he also has a strong interest in the natural sciences, especially ecology and ornithology. His research lies broadly in the areas of environmental change and sustainability transitions, especially in relation to mobility and inequality. Javier was  based at the Centre for Mobilities Research at Lancaster University from 1998 to 2017.



To cite this publication :

Javier Caletrío (10 December 2012), « Mobilities by John Urry », Préparer la transition mobilitaire. Consulté le 02 March 2024, URL: https://forumviesmobiles.org/en/essential-readings/469/mobilities-john-urry


Other publications


Mobility and job hunting: a digital barrier?

Mobility and job hunting: a digital barrier?

Christian Licoppe, Hélène-Marie Juteau

The "Macron buses," a low-cost mode of transportation put to the test of sustainability and desirability

The "Macron buses," a low-cost mode of transportation put to the test of sustainability and desirability

Sylvie Fol, Amélie Amayen , Juliette Amster , Juliette Chilowicz , Marie-Anne Goujon, Anaëlle Gaulier , Léa Lambert

Local policies of the mobility transition. The case of Belfort-Montbéliard

Local policies of the mobility transition. The case of Belfort-Montbéliard

Robert Belot, Fabienne Picard, Régis Boulat, Bénédicte Rey