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    Title: Socio-Spatial Segregation as a Consequence of Commercial Gentrification in the Centrality of Cumbayá, Quito-Ecuador
    Authors: Unda-Padilla, Javier
    Zumárraga-Salgado, María
    Torres-Riascos, Ángel
    Morillo-Aguilar, Nathan
    Proaño-Ruiz, Kelly
    Issue Date: 2023
    Publisher: Advances in Science, Technology and Innovation. Pages 161 - 165. 2023 International Conference, The City is [NOT] a Tree: The Urban Ecologies of Divided Cities, UEDC 2022
    Abstract: The process of urban expansion of Quito has caused the formation of new peripheral centralities, the same ones that offer all the services that the traditional center grants, thanks to public and private investment. In this sense, citizens from wealthy social strata are attracted to reside in these new sectors where consumption, exclusivity and privatization of space become the new way of life that conditions the social dynamics of the territory. This article seeks to identify the types of urban segregation that have occurred from the phenomenon of commercial gentrification evidenced on the edges of the Central Park of Cumbayá between the years 2000 and 2022. For this, a mixed research methodology is used where interviews, photographic archives and surveys allow generating a socio-spatial analysis that evidences this phenomenon. As a result, it was found that commercial gentrification not only has displaced old residents of the sector but also created stigmatization and segregation. Finally, is evidenced that few traditional citizens have resistance to abandon their place of origin and have raised their voices against this urban phenomenon.
    URI: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-031-27308-7_30
    https://repositorio.uti.edu.ec//handle/123456789/5735
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