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Espacialidades. Revista de temas contemporáneos sobre lugares, política y cultura
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ISSN electrónico: 2007-560X
Multidisciplinarias (Ciencias Sociales)
Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Unidad Cuajimalpa

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en: This article analyzes the relationship between city and citizenship through delineating citizen spaces. These spaces are socially produced as fields of action either in or on the city. They display types of participation in its relationship to the city. I understand fields of action both as a behavior and practice, defined by social interaction. This action comprises a constant state of movement, activity, and production of alternative citizenship projects. When so produced, actions and projects that occur within citizens spaces face, tighten, rub, oppose each other and with other urban actors, and hence social struggle and the dispute on the city is the result.>>>
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en: This article addresses the ontological and normative displacement of indigenous communities historically exercised by the State. This fact has allowed the structuration of conditions that facilitate the possession and/or ownership, use and access of the territories to some, while it is made difficult to other groups with particular attributes. In retrospect, the logical imposition and segmentation of land regimes in accordance with state’s prospects, visions and interests have played a fundamental role in the disintegration and loss of indigenous territories. A broader and more inclusive rights’ recognition of different collective subjects, requires understanding of the own and historical dynamics of resistance and exercise of territorial rights by communities, as it is exemplified by the Choréachi case study.>>>
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en: The study of mobilities offers the opportunity to understand different features of inequality and heterogeneity in contemporary societies. Through the creation of a toll highway in Mexico City, this paper analyses the meaning that individuals give to their daily mobility experience. It is discussed how different mobility patterns are closely related to socio-economic levels and to variations in quality and lifestyles of people. Unequal use of space provides elements to understand the city from different experiences, creating a sense of time and space diverse among people, reinforcing social exclusion and marginalization patterns. Thus, the study of mobilities in connection with inequality, rather than a distributional issue, is produced and reproduced itself through everyday practices.>>>
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en: Although the theory and practice have made significant progress in the recognition of slums as an essential category of spatial inequality and urban growth in developing countries, there are still major challenges in their characterization and understanding regarding its territorial and social dimension. This article seeks to contribute to this discussion in relation to definitions and methods, based on the accumulated experience of Techo Foundation in performing Slums Enumerations for over a decade in different countries of Latin America. We describe the main approaches from where settlements are currently understood, presenting also the definition and method that the foundation has developed, based on the joint work of volunteers, slum dwellers and professionals. Together with general results, some methodological and policy implications are pointed up, particularly with regard to the promotion of active citizenship and the development of participatory methodologies that incorporate organizations and neighborhood leaders into bottom-up local projects.>>>
en: The expansion of the urban zone and an accelerated population growth experienced by the city of Guadalajara (Mexico) have had an impact on the territorial dispersion of the city, affecting where the actors (churches and believers) reside, how they travel and identify with their urban territory. We conducted a study of residential patterns, attendance at religious services, and strategies of territorialization undertaken by non-Catholic denominations in the city of Guadalajara to analyze and describe by means of four ideal types how religious diversification is transforming the way in which the territory of societies with a Catholic monopoly is organized.>>>
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en: This paper explores the way space, historical dynamics, social relations, collective identity and memory have a close and unbreakable relationship. Along this work, we will analyze, from a sociologic and geographic perspective, how those elements have been embodied in the neighbourhood La Fama ―located in the political municipality of Tlalpan, at south of México City― and how the urbanization process has impacted not only as relevant spatial transformations, but in the very bond between space and collective identity.>>>
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en: Over time, the study of human mobility has been based on demographic, sociological, anthropological approaches, etc.; few studies take into account the development of analytical methods that integrate the spatial dimension explicitly, this situation leaves incomplete the picture of this phenomenon. We apply spatial regression methods to identify determinants that explain the expulsion of labor from Mexico. In addition to socioeconomic factors, the construction of an accessibility index proved to be one of the most powerful explanatory variables.>>>
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