This main objective of this work is to analyse how gentri- fication in a metropolitan neighbourhood starts to shift its residents in order to favour a fleeting population (tourists/ consumers). Therefore, we explore Peruvian neighbour- hood Castilla’s, in the Historic Center of Callao, Perú, in- habitants’ perception regarding a private investment proj- ect (Monumental Callao) through qualitative techniques (semi structured interviews, non-participant observation, official data revision). In order to interpret our findings, we’ve combined semiotics of space theory along with ur- banism to be able to give them an understanding that not only concentrates on the ontology of space but in their so- cial relationships and its execution with urban processes. The results show that Castilla’s gentrification has been at- tached to a process of hygienization of the space, where one can only demand rights as long as they become a consumer.
|Idioma original||Español (Perú)|
|Número de páginas||203|
|Publicación||Bitácora Urbano Territorial|
|Estado||Publicada - 2020|