Socio-spatial Segregation in an Elite Touristic City: The Case of Pucon, Chile

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Autor:
Espinosa, Patricio
URI:
http://repositoriodigital.uct.cl/handle/10925/2680
Datos de publicación:
REVISTA MAD-REVISTA DEL MAGISTER EN ANALISIS SISTEMICO APLICADO A LA SOCIEDAD,Vol.,155-178,2016
Temas:
Tourism - Development - Socio-spatial segregation - Pucon city - Social systems
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Resumen:
This article discuss the results of a research focused on distinctions about the territorial development model of Chilean city Pucon as an urban settlement. By means of qualitative methodology based on interviews and documental review, this phenomenon was interpreted using Niklas Luhmann social systems theory. It was concluded that the segregated urban settlement is communicated as a permanent tension between the semantics of territorial development and the role of local tourism.

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