Between fear and differentiation. The current situation of gated communities within border towns such as Tijuana, Nogales and Ciudad Juárez

In the cities of Tijuana, Nogales and Ciudad Juárez, located in the northwestern border between Mexico and the United States, one of the more popular urbanization processes is the modality of closed divisions. These residential areas are characterized for being a physical space protected and separat...

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Main Author: Enríquez Acosta, Jesús Ángel
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spelling repositorioinstitucional-20.500.12930-65432021-06-03T03:34:35Z Between fear and differentiation. The current situation of gated communities within border towns such as Tijuana, Nogales and Ciudad Juárez Entre el miedo y la distinción. El estado actual del fraccionamiento cerrado en las ciudades fronterizas de Tijuana, Nogales y Ciudad Juárez Enríquez Acosta, Jesús Ángel border cities urban fragmentation urban segregation Social sciences Statistics Capitalism Demography Sociology social Structure Communities The town planning(zoning) Anthropology Processes of culture and cultural ciudades fronterizas fragmentación urbana segregación social. Ciencias sociales Estadística Capitalismo Demografía Sociología Estructura social Comunidades La planificación urbana Antropología Procesos de cultura y culturales In the cities of Tijuana, Nogales and Ciudad Juárez, located in the northwestern border between Mexico and the United States, one of the more popular urbanization processes is the modality of closed divisions. These residential areas are characterized for being a physical space protected and separated from the city disturbances with bars and fences, and most of them present monitoring houses with access restrictions and private surveillance. The concept of closed divisions tends to expand in the urban landscape of the border cities without restrictions except for those established by the real estate market. Nevertheless, it's important to analyze the impact of closed divisions in the morphology of the cities, the urban sustentability of this developments and the social segregation they cause. En las ciudades de Tijuana, Nogales y Ciudad Juárez, ubicadas en la frontera noroeste entre México y Estados Unidos, uno de los procesos de urbanización que se ha extendido en los últimos años es la modalidad del fraccionamiento cerrado. Estas áreas residenciales se caracterizan por ser espacios físicos protegidos y separados de los disturbios de la ciudad por bardas y rejas, y en su mayoría presentan un acceso restringido por medio de casetas, plumas y seguridad proporcionada por guardias privados. El concepto de fraccionamiento cerrado tiende a expandirse en el paisaje urbano de las ciudades fronterizas sin más restricciones que las que el mercado inmobiliario se impone a sí mismo, no obstante, es importante analizar su impacto en la morfología de las ciudades, la sustentabilidad urbana de estos desarrollos y la segregación social que propician. 2007-01-01 2021-06-03T03:34:35Z 2021-06-03T03:34:35Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Analysis, censuses and statistics Análisis, censos y estadísticas https://ref.uabc.mx/ojs/index.php/ref/article/view/194 10.21670/ref.2007.15.a01 https://repositorioinstitucional.uabc.mx/handle/20.500.12930/6543 #PLACEHOLDER_PARENT_METADATA_VALUE# #PLACEHOLDER_PARENT_METADATA_VALUE# https://ref.uabc.mx/ojs/index.php/ref/article/view/194/357 https://ref.uabc.mx/ojs/index.php/ref/article/view/194/742 none application/pdf text/html Universidad Autónoma de Baja California Estudios Fronterizos Revista; Vol. 8 No. 15 (2007); 9-49 Estudios Fronterizos; Vol. 8 Núm. 15 (2007); 9-49 2395-9134 0187-6961
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topic border cities
urban fragmentation
urban segregation
Social sciences
Statistics
Capitalism
Demography
Sociology
social Structure
Communities
The town planning(zoning)
Anthropology
Processes of culture and cultural
ciudades fronterizas
fragmentación urbana
segregación social.
Ciencias sociales
Estadística
Capitalismo
Demografía
Sociología
Estructura social
Comunidades
La planificación urbana
Antropología
Procesos de cultura y culturales
spellingShingle border cities
urban fragmentation
urban segregation
Social sciences
Statistics
Capitalism
Demography
Sociology
social Structure
Communities
The town planning(zoning)
Anthropology
Processes of culture and cultural
ciudades fronterizas
fragmentación urbana
segregación social.
Ciencias sociales
Estadística
Capitalismo
Demografía
Sociología
Estructura social
Comunidades
La planificación urbana
Antropología
Procesos de cultura y culturales
Enríquez Acosta, Jesús Ángel
Between fear and differentiation. The current situation of gated communities within border towns such as Tijuana, Nogales and Ciudad Juárez
description In the cities of Tijuana, Nogales and Ciudad Juárez, located in the northwestern border between Mexico and the United States, one of the more popular urbanization processes is the modality of closed divisions. These residential areas are characterized for being a physical space protected and separated from the city disturbances with bars and fences, and most of them present monitoring houses with access restrictions and private surveillance. The concept of closed divisions tends to expand in the urban landscape of the border cities without restrictions except for those established by the real estate market. Nevertheless, it's important to analyze the impact of closed divisions in the morphology of the cities, the urban sustentability of this developments and the social segregation they cause.
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author Enríquez Acosta, Jesús Ángel
author_facet Enríquez Acosta, Jesús Ángel
author_sort Enríquez Acosta, Jesús Ángel
title Between fear and differentiation. The current situation of gated communities within border towns such as Tijuana, Nogales and Ciudad Juárez
title_short Between fear and differentiation. The current situation of gated communities within border towns such as Tijuana, Nogales and Ciudad Juárez
title_full Between fear and differentiation. The current situation of gated communities within border towns such as Tijuana, Nogales and Ciudad Juárez
title_fullStr Between fear and differentiation. The current situation of gated communities within border towns such as Tijuana, Nogales and Ciudad Juárez
title_full_unstemmed Between fear and differentiation. The current situation of gated communities within border towns such as Tijuana, Nogales and Ciudad Juárez
title_sort between fear and differentiation. the current situation of gated communities within border towns such as tijuana, nogales and ciudad juárez
publisher Universidad Autónoma de Baja California
publishDate 2007
url https://ref.uabc.mx/ojs/index.php/ref/article/view/194
https://repositorioinstitucional.uabc.mx/handle/20.500.12930/6543
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