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Founded in 1983 by the University of Lille 1, seat of its publication, Espace Populations Sociétés is a multidisciplinary, international and thematic review. It is open and intended for scientists whose research topics cover the three key words that make up the title.
Population differentiation and social differentiation configurations, practice or experience of space, spatial differentiation of populations, societies or social groups, the interweaving of social phenomena, and their demographic and spatial interactions are objects of studies for geographers, demographers, sociologists, anthropologists, historians, political scientists, economists ...
By bringing together in one publication the work carried out on the same topic by researchers from different disciplinary and geographical backgrounds, Espace, Populations Sociétés wants to offer the structure of meetings and exchanges necessary to improve the knowledge of a domain located at the crossroads of several social sciences.

The review is available for numbers seized (since 2004), full-text on Revues.org. Older issues (1983-2003) are online on the website http://www.persee.fr/web/revues/home/prescript/revue/espos.

From the first issue of 2014, Espace, Population, Sociétés will become only online and free.

Latest issue
2016/2
Mobilités et accessibilités

Mobilities and accessibilities
Edited by Marlène Lamy and Virginie Dejoux
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