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Motility for Professional Integration

Ongoing research

In 2014, Forum Vie Mobiles supported the launch of a collaboration between the bureau of research on mobility MOBIL’HOMME and MOUVANCES, an association for professional training and counsel.

Research participants

 

Contact : Thomas Evariste

The project, entitled Motility for Professional Integration , aims to bring together research by the team of Vincent Kaufmann on an individual’s potential for mobility (also known as motility) and fieldwork lead by Mouvances. For many years, both have been working on the individual factors that influence mobility (access, skills, personal projects), Kaufmann in an academic context and Mouvances in the field of social integration. Beyond the complimentary expertise that will benefit both organizations, this collaboration is an opportunity for the Forum to venture into academic research on motility, creating research tools that will serve the operational needs of political actors of change.

Motility

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Mobility

For the Mobile Lives Forum, mobility is understood as the process of how individuals travel across distances in order to deploy through time and space the activities that make up their lifestyles. These travel practices are embedded in socio-technical systems, produced by transport and communication industries and techniques, and by normative discourses on these practices, with considerable social, environmental and spatial impacts.

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Associated Thematics :

Lifestyles



To cite this publication :

Mobil'Homme (EPFL) et Mouvances (association) (10 June 2016), « Motility for Professional Integration », Préparer la transition mobilitaire. Consulté le 09 August 2022, URL: https://forumviesmobiles.org/en/project/3263/motility-professional-integration


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