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Measuring loss of access to the land and its impact on place attachment: The case of the historical mining community of Puchoco, Chile

dc.creatorLópez-Meza, María Isabel
dc.creatorBrito-Peña, Alejandra
dc.date2020-05-31
dc.date.accessioned2020-07-07T14:24:54Z
dc.date.available2020-07-07T14:24:54Z
dc.identifierhttp://revistas.ubiobio.cl/index.php/RU/article/view/4078
dc.identifier10.22320/07183607.2020.23.41.06
dc.identifier.urihttps://revistaschilenas.uchile.cl/handle/2250/137470
dc.descriptionEl cambio del paisaje es una variable clave en el apego al lugar y la identidad. Avanzando de estudios anteriores en el campo de la investigación sobre el paisaje y la planificación, este artículo se enfoca específicamente en explorar el impacto de la pérdida de acceso al verde urbano y los espacios abiertos en los recuerdos, y las conexiones emocionales al lugar. Estos temas se examinaron en el contexto de una antigua comunidad minera de carbón, con una fuerte cohesión social e identidad local, a fin de analizar el impacto de la transformación urbana en los significados pasados y presentes del lugar para los habitantes actuales. Los métodos de investigación comprendieron una mezcla de herramientas cualitativas, incluyendo grupos focales, narrativas de vida, investigación de mapas en blanco, y análisis cartográfico del cambio de uso de la tierra. Los resultados presentan evidencia relevante de los importantes efectos perjudiciales que el cambio del paisaje no planificado puede tener en el acceso cotidiano a los espacios abiertos y, en consecuencia, en los significados positivos del lugar. Además, estas dinámicas pueden afectar profundamente a las históricas colonias industriales que experimentan procesos de deterioro tras el cierre de las industrias. En este sentido, este estudio puede contribuir a elaborar recomendaciones para las prácticas de planificación actuales dentro del contexto de la gestión del patrimonio.es-ES
dc.descriptionLandscape change is a key variable in place attachment and identity. Moving on from previous studies in the field of landscape and planning research, this paper specifically aims to explore the impact of loss of access to urban green and open space on memories and emotional connections to place. These issues were examined in the context of a former coal mining community with strong social cohesion and local identity in order to analyze the impact of urban transformation on the past and present meanings of place for current inhabitants. Research methods involved a mixture of qualitative tools including focus groups, life narratives, blank mapping research, and cartographic analysis of land use change. Results present powerful evidence of the important detrimental effects that unplanned landscape change can have on everyday access to open spaces, and in consequence, on positive meanings of place. Moreover, these dynamics can deeply affect historical company towns undergoing processes of decay after industrial closure. In this sense, this study can contribute to developing recommendations for current planning practices within the context of heritage management.  en-US
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dc.publisherUniversidad del Bío-Bío, Chilees-ES
dc.relationhttp://revistas.ubiobio.cl/index.php/RU/article/view/4078/3843
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dc.rightsDerechos de autor 2020 María Isabel López Meza, Alejandra Britoes-ES
dc.rightshttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/deed.enes-ES
dc.sourceUrbano; V.23, N.41(MAYO 2020): MISCELÁNEA; 102 - 129es-ES
dc.source0718-3607
dc.source0717-3997
dc.titleMedición de la pérdida de acceso a la tierra y su impacto en el apego al lugar: El caso de la histórica comunidad minera de Puchoco, Chile /Measuring loss of access to the land and its impact on place attachment: The case of the historical mining communites-ES
dc.titleMeasuring loss of access to the land and its impact on place attachment: The case of the historical mining community of Puchoco, Chileen-US
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