Violencia e inseguridad en el espacio urbano: un enfoque analítico basado en el marco ecológico para la violencia.

  • Natalia García-Cervantes PhD Development Policy Management, by the Univeristy of Manchester, United Kingdom, Postdoctoral by Universidad de Guanajuato Fellow https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9909-1496
Palabras clave: Violencia urbana, inseguridad, planificación, espacio urbano, marco ecológico

Resumen

La violencia y la inseguridad se han generalizado en las zonas urbanas, particularmente en América Latina, donde este fenómeno representa un obstáculo para el desarrollo. Con el objetivo de contribuir a una comprensión más matizada de la violencia urbana y la inseguridad, este artículo presenta un marco analítico para organizar y comprender los diferentes niveles de factores de riesgo que interactúan para la aparición de violencia en zonas urbanas. Basado en el estudio de caso de Culiacán, Sinaloa, el artículo presenta un análisis de la naturaleza interrelacionada de la violencia, las diferentes manifestaciones y los factores de riesgo que conducen a su proliferación, con un enfoque en el espacio urbano. Si bien la causalidad de la violencia es difícil de precisar, este marco permite no solo considerar la violencia de una manera más estructurada, sino también considerar las relaciones entre estos fenómenos en diferentes niveles de factores de riesgo.

Biografía del autor/a

Natalia García-Cervantes, PhD Development Policy Management, by the Univeristy of Manchester, United Kingdom, Postdoctoral by Universidad de Guanajuato Fellow

 PhD Development Policy Management, by the Univeristy of Manchester, United Kingdom, Postdoctoral by Universidad de Guanajuato: División de Arquitectura, Arte y Diseño, Av Juarez No. 77, Zona Centro, Guanajuato, México. Email: natgcervantes@gmail.com.

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Publicado
2021-01-01
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García-Cervantes, N. (2021). Violencia e inseguridad en el espacio urbano: un enfoque analítico basado en el marco ecológico para la violencia. Revista Geográfica De América Central, 1(66), 45 - 78. https://doi.org/10.15359/rgac.66-1.2
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