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Jordi Nofre
Centro Interdisciplinar de Ciências Sociais Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Portugal
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Vol. 60 Núm. 1 (2021): Turistificación, sobre-turismo y transformaciones urbanas. Debates sobre la especialización turística y sus consecuencia, Turistificación, sobre-turismo y transformaciones urbanas. Debates sobre la especialización turística y sus consecuencia, Páginas 80-94
DOI: https://doi.org/10.30827/cuadgeo.v60i1.13723
Recibido: feb 24, 2020 Aceptado: jun 16, 2020 Publicado: oct 9, 2020
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En buena parte de las mayores ciudades de la Europa meridional, el turismo urbano y más concretamente la turistificación del centro de la ciudad han constituido unas de las principales estrategias de mitigación y superación de los efectos socioeconómicos negativos derivados de la última crisis financiera y económica global. De ahí que un número creciente de autores sugieran una clara interacción entre la gentrificación turística y la gentrificación comercial. Sin embargo, la creciente interrelación entre la economía del ocio nocturno, la turistificación urbana y todas las complejas formas de interacción simultánea entre ambas – como fuerzas motrices fundamentales de los actuales procesos de transformación del tejido social, económico y cultural de las áreas centrales de las ciudades europeas – no han merecido hasta la fecha la suficiente atención académica. Desde una óptica eminentemente teórica, este artículo expondrá los diferentes retos y desafíos teóricos y metodológicos que la turistificación de ‘la noche’ conlleva para el estudio de la ciudad turística, argumentando además que la turistificación de ‘la noche’ surge como una de las formas más agresivas de desposesión material, simbólica y patrimonial de las comunidades locales de los barrios históricos centrales de buena parte de las ciudades europeas.

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