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Manejando por Santiago: Explorando el uso de automóviles por parte de habitantes de bajos ingresos desde una óptica de movilidad sustentable
EURE (Santiago) , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0250-71612009000200004
Abstract: in recent years, existingforms of daily urban mobility and their social and environmental impacts have become issues of debate and public concern. in this article we explore this issue through a specific case study: the analysis of the motives and perceptions that lie behind the acquisition and use of cars by low income residents in santiago de chile. firstly we analyze how the car and the type of urban mobility that is generated are understood in terms of social and urban theory. secondly, we present some general tendencies of car use in santiago. next we look in detail at the principal arguments behind acquisition, use and valuing of the vehicle by a group of low income users in the city. finally, we offer, based on the analysis, some ideas that can contribute to the design of public policies that incentivize forms of sustainable urban mobility in the city.
Santiago: territorios, anhelos y temores. Efectos sociales y espaciales de la expansión urbana
Ducci,María Elena;
EURE (Santiago) , 2000, DOI: 10.4067/S0250-71612000007900001
Abstract: the article proposes to examine the types of space being generated in santiago, chile, focusing on those areas that spread out on the edges of the city. the periphery has been developing through the strong expansion experienced by the city during the last decades, and new developments are beginning to modify the way in which territory is ocuppied. among these developments are residential areas of middle and upper social levels, areas of public housing, "artifacts of globalization" and new industrial areas. given the importance of these changes, the paper analyzes how this unequal growth is affecting the life of city-dwellers and what it is like to live in each one of these juxtaposed fragments. additionally, the dynamics that underlie contemporary urban forms, the politics of people?s location and activities, the syndrome of ownership , urban status and stigma, the city that we say we want to live in, and the fear of violence and crime, are examined
?Ciudad sin ciudadanos? Fragmentación, segregación y temor en Santiago
EURE (Santiago) , 2004, DOI: 10.4067/S0250-71612004009100006
Abstract: the city′s image as space of diversity and as a celebration of difference, is under threat in santiago. alternative and dominant images depict the city as conflictive, unruly, disorderly and insecure; where difference became a dangerous element that should be excluded or segregated. in this way, a "city without citizens" is being built, a "no-city" in which people does not interact, just move in the space. the main objetive of this article is to analyze this situation by focusing on one of its elements: fear of crime. the result presents many questions that need to be addressed about the city that is being built and the social consequences of this process.
El problema de vivienda de los "con techo"
Rodríguez,Alfredo; Sugranyes,Ana;
EURE (Santiago) , 2004, DOI: 10.4067/S0250-71612004009100004
Abstract: chilen social housing policy is considered a success. during the last fifteen years the massive housing production has managed to reduce housing deficit, and many latin american governments are imitating it financing model. however, this succesfull policy has ended up by creating new urban and social problems: segregation, fragmentation, insecurity, overcrowding. consequently, it is pointed that a proper housing policy must currently include new criteria, mainly related to the quality of the product, the locating of the built neighborhoods and beneficiaries residential mobility.
Imaginarios urbanos en el Gran Santiago: huellas de una metamorfosis
EURE (Santiago) , 2007, DOI: 10.4067/S0250-71612007000200007
Abstract: from a reading, between the lines, of the book santiago en eure. huellas de una metamorfosis metropolitana: 1970/2000, this article reflects on the urban imaginaries of santiago presented over the last thirty years. beyond the declared objectives and conceptual frameworks of the authors, it can be noted that aspects of these urban imaginaries filter into and are expressed in each of the selected texts. the analysis focuses on three principal imaginary narratives for the city of santiago: one that persists and resists over time, the imaginary of city/country, and two others that through their incomplete metamorphosis are never resolved by the inhabitants of the city: the imaginary of the integrated city/fractured city and the imaginary of the village city ?world city
Acercándonos al Repertorio del Archivo Musical de la Catedral de Santiago de Chile en la primera mitad del siglo XIX
Marchant E,Guillermo J;
Revista musical chilena , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-27902006000200002
Abstract: this article presents a survey of 28 compositions preserved at the archive of the santiago de chile cathedral, covering the periods of three chapelmasters, i.e. josé de campderrós (1793-1812), antonio gonzález (1812-1840), and josé bernardo alzedo (1846-1864). each work is described both in archival and musical terms, as well as in terms of the liturgy of the canonical hours, holy week, mass and office for the dead or, when pertinent, in terms of official civic celebrations. to conclude an overall sequence of tradition and change to modernity in the musical activity of the cathedral during the first part of the 19 th century is established on the basis of the study of each work
Vivienda social en Santiago de Chile: Análisis de su comportamiento locacional, período 1980- 2002
Tapia Zarricueta,Ricardo;
Revista INVI , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-83582011000300004
Abstract: this article reveals information regarding the installation and construction of social housing developments and projects in santiago de chile and identifies locational trends, causes and factors that explain these trends and their relationship with the socio-spatial structure. this collaboration shows the housing and urban policies of that period, regulatory aspects and the main changes that affected greater santiago. all information was retrieved from the housing and urbanization service at the ministry of housing and urban development and secondary sources, for further analysis, georeference and conclusions. in addition, this article is the first of two data collection stages of social housing complexes during the 2003-2009 period in order to obtain the full picture of social housing for the period spanning 1980-2009. the outcome of this research provides detailed evidence about the relationship between the locational trend and the radical changes to public policies regarding social housing; this trend was also consistent with the then-new economic model. this process gave birth to a new period that turned santiago de chile into a segregated and non-inclusive metropolis.
Una arteria norte-sur y el Santiago de Chile non plus ultra’: la historia de un largo trayecto. / A north-south artery and Santiago de Chile 'non plus ultra
María Isabel Pavez Reyes
Revista de Urbanismo , 2011, DOI: doi: 10.5354/0717-5051.2011.15497
Abstract: Este escrito resume la prehistoria e historia del Complejo Vial Norte-Sur, de Santiago de Chile, como parte de las acciones del Estado de Chile, en la época del urbanismo realizado por el sector público. /This paper summarizes the prehistory and history of North-South Road Complex, Santiago de Chile, as part of the actions of the State of Chile, at the time of planning by the public sector.
Historia de la universalización del acceso al agua y alcantarillado en Santiago de Chile (1970-1995)
EURE (Santiago) , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0250-71612008000300007
Abstract: what factors explain the growth of universal access to potable water and sewage networks in santiago, chile? we will analyse the respective roles of housing policies and the first wave of service reforms in achieving universal access to drinking water during the 1980s. the second part of the article focuses on the difficulties linked to urban growth in gran santiago that coincided with the expansion of water and sewer lines during the 1980s, eventually leading to a second wave of reforms. finally, we shall examine the design of the 1989 regulatory and management reforms and their effects on service access as it varies by social group and geographic location.
La situación del arbolado urbano en Santiago./ The state of urban trees in Santiago.
Jaime Hernández Palma
Revista de Urbanismo , 2008, DOI: doi: 10.5354/0717-5051.2008.272
Abstract: En la mayoría de los países desarrollados el concepto de manejo de la vegetación urbana ha evolucionado desde funciones meramente estética a funciones medioambientales, incluyendo los beneficios económicos cuantificables de árboles y espacios verdes. En Santiago se constata una gran diferencia entre los distintos municipios respecto de sus políticas y capacidades técnicas asociadas al manejo ("sustentable") de este recurso. Las diferencias de cobertura arbórea pueden llegar a ser de 10 a 1, entre comunas de estratos socioeconómicos altos y bajos. Por ello los servicios ambientales de la vegetación urbana también presentan una gran variabilidad espacial en la ciudad./ The management of the urban vegetation has evolved in the Developed World, from aesthetics to environmental considerations including the economic evaluation of it. In the developing countries the situation is different; in Santiago de Chile there's a deficit in the politics and technical assistance related to the management of the environment. The inequality between the rich and the poor neighbors in terms of trees in public spaces can be as much as 10 to 1. So, the environmental impact of the urban vegetation is not something to consider locally.
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