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Ségrégation discriminante et rapport à l'injustice spatiale dans les quartiers supérieurs refondés de Milan

Abstract : This article draws from fieldwork conducted in 2004-2008 in San Felice and Milano 2, using among other methods ethnographic observation and 34 in-depth interviews. It analyzes how discrimination-based segregation takes place in the refounded neighborhoods of Milan’s metropolis, and the relation of their inhabitants to spatial justice. The first section of the article shows in particular how the refusal of diversity by the residents was based on xenophobic, Islamophobic and Romaphobic prejudices and obsidional representations (more or less strong depending of the period). The second section focuses on the effects – over the sense of justice of the inhabitants – of a national public sphere where urban segregation is never addressed or even framed as a problem.
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Bruno Cousin. Ségrégation discriminante et rapport à l'injustice spatiale dans les quartiers supérieurs refondés de Milan. Méditerranée, 2016, 127, pp.93-100. ⟨10.4000/mediterranee.8470⟩. ⟨hal-02287381⟩

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