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Using the biographical matrix to interrelate pathways and reconfigurations of migratory space

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We present here an analysis of some of the data collected during an exploratory survey conducted as part of the CIMORE international research programme "Circulations Mobilités espace relationnel des migrants" (Circulations, Mobility and Migrants' Relational Space). 2 The aim of this programme was to understand the spatial dynamics brought about by the reconfiguration of migratory mobility and circulation in the Mediterranean following the political and economic crises of recent years. We draw on a set of interviews conducted in 2014 in three exploratory research fields. We evaluate the potential of the methodological framework we tested to transcribe the various factors that influence migration pathways. Four specific pathways are analysed in terms of migratory routes and social trajectories, taking into account the effects of local contexts (economic, political and legal). First, we present the objectives of the CIMORE programme before describing the main stages of the four life paths selected. Finally, we attempt to identify their unique contributions in order to answer two questions: how are migration temporalities interrelated within the migratory space; and how is it influenced by relationship circles In conclusion, we will open up a discussion on this methodological framework and its usefulness for a more systematic understanding of the times and spaces of migration.
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halshs-03819665 , version 1 (18-10-2022)

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Céline Bergeon, Naïk Miret. Using the biographical matrix to interrelate pathways and reconfigurations of migratory space. 2022. ⟨halshs-03819665⟩
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