Daily Mobility in Berlin: On 'Inner Unity' and the Explanation of Travel Behaviour

@inproceedings{Scheiner2005DailyMI,
  title={Daily Mobility in Berlin: On 'Inner Unity' and the Explanation of Travel Behaviour},
  author={J E Scheiner},
  year={2005}
}
stion is, how – on the one hand – groups of persons might be characterised who tend to integrate the respective other half of the city more strongly into their everyday life ('border crossers') or – on the other hand – people still tend to concentrate on their respective half of the city a decade after the fall of the wall ('half-urbanites'). On the basis of spatial behaviour and the attitude towards the city's other half, four groups are differentiated. They are examined by a discriminant… CONTINUE READING

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