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  • Island mobilities : spatial and social mobility on Ontong Java, Solomon Islands
  • Island ; Livelihood ; Mobility ; Remittances ; Solomon Islands ; Space time ; Territorial strategy
  • Ontong Javans are always on the move to and from their gardens or the sea, between islands within the atoll, and to other localities both within and outside Solomon Islands. The article explores the nature of this mobility and the ways in which
  • the spatial mobility of Ontong Javans is linked to their livelihood strategies and to social mobility. Ontong Javans are highly mobile on a range of spatial and temporal scales. Mobility is shown to be especially linked to changes in livelihood opportunities
  • Mobile Homes in den USA. Kennzeichen für Mobilität ? Les mobil-homes aux Etats-Unis. Caractéristique de la mobilité ?
  • Etats-Unis ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Habitat ; Industrie ; Logement ; Mobil-home ; Mobilité résidentielle
  • L'article porte sur le phénomène du mobil-home aux Etats-Unis, indissociable de celui de mobilité, caractéristique du mode de vie américain.
  • Veranderende mobiliteitspatronen en ruimtelijke ordening Changing mobility patterns and physical planning
  • Central in the governmental Reports on physical planning in the Netherlands is the concept of growth restriction of spatial mobility. The author doubts if this planning goal is a real one, because the present tendencies (decentralisation of housing
  • and working) are stimulating the growth of mobility. (AGD).
  • Mobility and the lifestyle of the Slovene population
  • Commuting ; Journey to work ; Mobility ; Residential location ; Slovenia ; Spatial differentiation ; Way of life
  • The paper deals with the question how does the place of residence influence mobility and how is mobility part of daily activities of the population in different parts of Slovenia - towns, suburbs, urbanised rural areas and less urbanised rural areas
  • . For better explanation of the question four types of lifestyle has been defined: from very mobile with a wide home-range to less mobile with the small home-range. - (IKR)
  • Mobile homes
  • Etats-Unis ; Géographie sociale ; Localisation ; Logement ; Maison mobile ; Mode de vie
  • In 1990, the USA had more than 7 million mobile homes (trailers). They now represent one of every five new single family housing units produced in the country. Cheap and unaesthetic, they were originally devised as temporary, but now have become
  • permanent housing solutions. Mobile home living has gained most acceptance in the South and West. - (DWG)
  • Le téléphone mobile en fonction des habitudes dans la grande Plaine de Hongrie
  • Adolescents ; Enquête ; Hongrie ; Télécommunication ; Téléphone mobile
  • Enquiry ; Hungary ; Mobile phone ; Telecommunications
  • The author aims to outline the mobile phone using in South Eastern Hungary. This study is based on a questionnaire about the major characteristics of mobile communicational habits of the age group between 14-18 years in Békéscsaba. - (AM)
  • The effect of bed mobility on resistance to overland flow
  • The data for this study come from 54 flume experiments with fixed beds and 38 with mobile beds. The results imply that mobile beds offer greater resistance to flow than do fixed beds. Grain collisions with mobile beds are less elastic than those
  • A search for the missing link between social and geographical mobility in Regards sur la mobilité socio-spatiale.
  • This study uses data from the Longitudinal Survey of England and Wales to examine the relationships between social and geographical mobility. It shows that inter-regional migration is social class specific, that social mobility and geographical
  • mobility are positively related, and that inter-regional migration is strongly associated with upward intra-generational social mobility. - (JPD)
  • Geographical mobility and potential wage gain of immigrants within Spain
  • Decision ; Economic activity ; Economic sector ; Employability ; Employment ; Foreign worker ; Internal migration ; Mobility ; Spain ; Wage
  • This article examines the geographical mobility and potential wage gain of immigrants within Spain. First, it studies the determinants of such a mobility and, second, analyses estimates of an individual's opportunity wage as a mover or a stayer
  • . Findings show that an expected wage gain exerts a positive influence on mobility and leads to a better allocation of resources.
  • Mobile broadband services and the availability of instant access to cyberspace
  • Accessibilité ; Communication ; Cyberespace ; Internet ; Service ; Technologie ; Téléphone mobile
  • Accessibility ; Communication ; Cyberspace ; Internet ; Mobile phone ; Service ; Technology
  • The most important change concerning cyberspace has been its permanent and instant availability to users through broadband services, bringing about its integration with physical space. The A. presents the growing adoption of mobile technologies
  • for users of the Internet, and the growing mobile broadband traffic of streaming information, coupled with Internet uses, mainly for entertainment.
  • Why people say where they are during mobile phone calls
  • Communication ; Comportement ; Culturel ; Lieu ; Pratique sociale ; Sociologie ; Téléphone mobile
  • Behaviour ; Communication ; Cultural studies ; Mobile phone ; Place ; Social practice ; Sociology
  • The A. uses some singular instances of mobile phone conversations to provide an answer as to why this geolinguistic feature has emerged. In an examination of two real cases and a vignette, some light is shed on a more classical spatial topic
  • , that of mobility. By means of an indifferent approach to the grand theories of culture, some detailed understandings of social practices are offered via the alternatives of ethnomethodological and conversational investigations.
  • Quelques caractères de la diffusion régionale de la téléphonie mobile en Hongrie
  • Diffusion des innovations ; Développement régional ; Hongrie ; Télécommunication ; Téléphone mobile
  • Diffusion of innovations ; Hungary ; Mobile phone ; Regional development ; Telecommunications
  • Paper presents a short outline about the main effects of mobile information technologies on the Hungarian society. In the first part author deals with the main spatial characteristics and development of the mobile telephone supply in the country
  • . In the second part of the paper a case study is presented which focuses on the ownership pattern of mobile phones among students attending secondary grammar school of two small towns near Budapest. - (JS)
  • ROLE OF MICROORGANISMS IN THE MOBILIZATION AND FIXATION OF IRON IN SOILS
  • Search strategies and stopping rules in residential mobility
  • The impact of Erasmus mobility on the professional career : empirical results of international studies on temporary student and teaching staff mobility : International student mobility
  • International student mobility
  • Eastern Europe ; Education ; Employment ; Europe ; Mobility ; Students ; Teacher ; University ; Western Europe
  • Aspetti geografici del dualismo rete telefonica fissa-mobile nella società dell'ICT
  • Aspects géographiques du dualisme entre les téléphones mobiles et fixes dans la société des TIC
  • Accessibilité ; Compétitivité ; Innovation ; Marché ; Réseau ; Technologie ; Télécommunication ; Téléphone ; Téléphone mobile
  • Accessibility ; Competitiveness ; Innovation ; Market ; Mobile phone ; Network ; Technology ; Telecommunications ; Telephone
  • Etude de la relation entre téléphones mobiles et téléphones fixes. Les téléphones mobiles agissent comme une force concurrentielle qui encourage les fournisseurs de lignes fixes à améliorer les accès. Chez les consommateurs, les lignes mobile
  • Residential mobility and local housing-market differences
  • Household behaviour ; Housing ; Housing market ; Housing occupance ; Housing policy ; Residential choice ; Residential mobility
  • The AA. extend previous literature on variations in mobility rates across local housing markets by examining the linkage of mobility rates at the household level to the structure of local housing markets. The results suggest that residential
  • mobility rates differ widely across local housing markets. They have different effects on mobility rates for renters and owner-occupiers. Variation in residential mobility rates across housing markets can be in part explained by level of urbanization
  • Mobility intention and subsequent relocation
  • Efficiency and interregional factor mobility: a note
  • Factors influencing ownership, tenancy, mobility and use of farmland in Denmark