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Globalización y desigualdades socioterritoriales: la expansión de la periferia metropolitana de Caracas
Cariola,Cecilia; Lacabana,Miguel;
EURE (Santiago) , 2003, DOI: 10.4067/S0250-71612003008700001
Abstract: the analyses of the metropolitan expansion in latin american cities have put the emphasis on the impacts of the globalization neglecting, in some cases, the decisions of the national economics agents and actors and the trends that were operating before the opening of our economies. the process of globalization of our cities has been partial and rather than produce dual cities has contributed to the conformation of fragmented metropolises. in the metropolitan region of caracas, the sharp socio-territorial heterogeneity due to the restructuring processes is replicated with less intensity in the periphery of the primary city, generating new and diverse socio-territorial inequalities. the economic activities linked to the global economy coexist with the economy of poverty; the livelihood strategies and the ways of life have changed in the context of the mutual interaction among the global and the local, the traditional and the modern
La metrópoli fragmentada: Caracas entre la pobreza y la globalización
Cariola,Cecilia; Lacabana,Miguel;
EURE (Santiago) , 2001, DOI: 10.4067/S0250-71612001008000002
Abstract: caracas is transforming itself, spreading over the metropolitan region, fragmenting at a socio-territorial and institutional level because of the new dynamics that globalization has imposed over all fields of society. beyond a dual city, divided in two excluding socio-territorial scenarios product of social polarization, the metropolitan territory is characterized by the coexistence of "multiple cities" where a true social apartheid of popular groups live together with exclusive ghettos for high and middle sectors, that are new districts of command linked to globalization and areas of poverty. in this context, old and new-found forms of urban violence, changes in the way of life together with the trends toward privacy and atomization, emerge as the characteristics of a diversified and polarized metropolitan society in its different spaces, including the construction and appropriation of the city
Estrategias de sobrevivencia, modos de vida y heterogeneidad social en la interfase periurbana de caracas
LACABANA,MIGUEL; CARIOLA,CECILIA;
Cuadernos del Cendes , 2003,
Abstract: the middle tuy valley is an area of the caracas metropolitan region undergoing rapid expansion in response to expectations for the construction of a metropolitan commuter rail system and in view of its suitability to house a major residential concentration of the new poor and vulnerable middle-income populations. this trend is increasing the area?s social heterogeneity and the territorial isolation of the poorer populations is expected to be partially overcome, yielding better living conditions in their habitats and eliciting changes in their household livelihood strategies and way of living. however, conflict will proliferate in view of the local government?s institutional weaknesses, illegal land occupations, inadequate public service provision, and demands for employment.
Construyendo la participación popular y una nueva cultura del agua en Venezuela
LACABANA,MIGUEL; CARIOLA,CECILIA;
Cuadernos del Cendes , 2005,
Abstract: it is increasingly evident that an estrangement from the postulates prevailing during the nineties in regard to the need of more market and less state is taking place in order to rescue the importance of the state as well as the communities in solving the problems of access to drinkable water and sanitation services, regardless the fact that local and national realities are strongly different. in venezuela, the institutionalization of water as a public asset and of community participation as the most suitable way to improve the access to those services have yielded positive outcomes: the millennium goals have been reached ten years earlier than planned.
Los bordes de la esperanza: nuevas formas de participación popular y gobiernos locales en la periferia de Caracas
Cariola,Cecilia; Lacabana,Miguel;
Revista Venezolana de Economía y Ciencias Sociales , 2005,
Abstract: this article examines changes occurring on the outskirts of metropolitan caracas, in the context of a sociopolitical conflict that confronts two visions of the country and two models of development, one based on the postulates of the washington consensus which has failed, and the other an emerging paradigm which has yet to clearly define its objective and is being constructed as it goes along. the new visibility of the lower-income groups after years of exclusion and territorial enclosure in the stigmatized slums of caracas and its periphery plays a major role in these changes. the city of caracas continues its metropolitan expansion and the tuy valleys are an area of intensive urban development, both regulated and unregulated, linked to the construction of a metropolitan commuter rail system and other public and private investments. impoverished middle-income groups live there, together with poor lower-income groups, on the edge of the city but also with the hope of improving their quality of life through the implementation of new public policies and different forms of community participation that point to a process of social inclusion and construction of citizenship.
Construyendo la participación popular y una nueva cultura del agua en Venezuela
MIGUEL LACABANA,CECILIA CARIOLA
Cuadernos del Cendes , 2005,
Abstract: Se aprecia cada vez con mayor intensidad un alejamiento de los postulados prevalecientes en los a os noventa sobre la necesidad de más mercado y menos Estado para rescatar la importancia tanto del Estado como de las comunidades en la solución de los problemas de acceso al servicio de agua potable y saneamiento, aún cuando las realidades nacionales y locales difieran fuertemente unas de otras. En Venezuela la institucionalización del agua como un bien de dominio público y la participación comunitaria como la forma más adecuada de mejorar el acceso a estos servicios ha dado resultados positivos: las metas del milenio se han alcanzado con una anticipación de 10 a os. It is increasingly evident that an estrangement from the postulates prevailing during the nineties in regard to the need of more market and less state is taking place in order to rescue the importance of the state as well as the communities in solving the problems of access to drinkable water and sanitation services, regardless the fact that local and national realities are strongly different. In Venezuela, the institutionalization of water as a public asset and of community participation as the most suitable way to improve the access to those services have yielded positive outcomes: the millennium goals have been reached ten years earlier than planned.
Historia e identidad de las Mesas Técnicas de Agua: Análisis de los procesos de participación
MIGUEL LACABANA,CECILIA CARIOLA
Cuadernos del Cendes , 2007,
Abstract:
la interfase periurbana de caracas (ipu) en los proyectos del área urbano-regional del cendes
Cecilia Cariola,Miguel Lacabana
Cuadernos del Cendes , 2003,
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Agua y participación en la interfaz periurbana de la Región Metropolitana de Caracas: los Valles del Tuy Medio
MIGUEL LACABANA,CECILIA CARIOLA
Cuadernos del Cendes , 2005,
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A manera de presentación más allá de la dicotomía urbano-rural: desarrollo, medio ambiente y pobreza en la interfase periurbana
Adriana Allen,Miguel Lacabana
Cuadernos del Cendes , 2003,
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