Autor:

Gutiérrez de Velasco, E., & Padilla, F.

Paginas: 33-43
Año: 2012
Volumen: 20
Número: 56
Lugar: Investigación y Ciencia
ISSN: 1665-4412
Abstract: Public spaces are essentially more than simple material objects; they are the people that used them, and the physical-geographic places. Study public spaces uses and attachments in downtown of Aguascalientes means to understand the activities, meanings, values, and symbols that citizens give to them. Our proposal in this article is to explain the way that appropriations have shown and taken place especially with formal and informal activities. This research had an ethnographic direction, which used short biographic stories and life´s stories, in addition with systematization of visual methods, bibliography and archive studies. The methodology used a mixed research and it took place during three years of work (2009 to 2012). The results showed new different manners of visualizing and understanding these sorts of spaces.
URL: http://www.repositorioredgobmet.org.mx/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/2012-Padilla-Lozano-Espacio-p%C3%BAblico-Aguascalientes.pdf


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