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although the socio-spatial aspect of cities in the globalisation era has gained a new dimension, it cannot be explained by the globalisation process alone. the article presents the problem of social and ethnic segregation in Île-de-France between 1999 and 2009. Socio-economic and demographic data are used to measure indices of segregation and the description of characteristic chosen districts to show its spatial inertia. the analysis revealed a higher degree of social segregation in the entiredoi:10.2478/v10288-012-0040-3 fatcat:h6ro3ldcerapzf7ybbfrhiboam