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Abstract : Various implementation strategies of cross-border territories or specific cross-border cooperation can be identified between Romania and Hungary. Everyday life in a cross-border area implies simultaneously an attempt to relieve the cultural, economic and social barriers and to assert a specific state identity, the identity of -borderman-, the cross-border inhabitants and communities located in a -go-between- space. Thence, as a spatial component and no longer a mere border – the border contributes to the differentiation of territories at all scales. These differentiations entail the designation of new borders -inner borders- within the state. These -inner borders- are a perception as well as a reality. Precisely as a result of the will to restrict the -border effects- influence of borders, finer divisions are appearing. Fragmentations can be identified at micro-scales communes and locations and meso-scales micro-regions. Perceptions translate an -intermediary- condition: the border space conceived as a shift from one system to another. The states encompass territories drawing benefit from the proximity of borders to various extents.

Keywords : cross-border territories between Romania and Hungary cross-border cooperation -borderman- -inner borders- within states -border effect-





Autor: Emmanuel Bioteau -

Fuente: https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/



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