EN BÚSQUEDA DE LOS FACTORES PARA LA GENTRIFICACIÓN
Diez González , María De Jesús
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Gentrification is a urban phenomenon that has been presented in different cities since the nineteenth century. It was not concretely defined until 1960 as "the influx of middle-class people displacing low-class residents in urban neighborhoods". Later, this definition was complemented at the beginning of the decade of the 2000s as the "restructuring of the whole urban panorama of a neighborhood" This urban phenomenon has led to the socio-economic benefit in various neighborhoods in a drastic and definitive way. The objective of this communication is to identify the common factors that favor the process of gentrification. Through a bibliographical review of investigations carried out, in case studies located in Chile, Brazil, Mexico, United States, England, France and Spain, different aspects of this transformation are identified. As a result, there are fourteen key factors, grouped into four areas: social, economic, political and cultural. These factors drive urban gentrification and promote the rehabilitation and socio-economic revival of neighborhoods.
- CIDIP 2017 (Cádiz)