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RIQUELME BREVIS, Hernán; SARAVIA CORTES, Felipe  y  AZOCAR WEISSER, Javiera. Interurban and daily mobility in the context of social-spatial segregation in the south of Chile. Contributions to think about nonmetropolitan territories in Latin America. Cult.-hombre-soc. [online]. 2019, vol.29, n.2, pp.80-108. ISSN 0716-1557.

The mobility allows exploring different spaces of daily life, transforming it into a category of analysis, which acquires more relevance in social sciences every day. The present article aims to analyze the daily mobility experiences in a context of social-spatial segregation in the south of Chile, whose implications allow to intertwine the subjectivities of the journey and the infrastructure of the mobility. A qualitative methodology was used, specifically semistructured interviews with 110 people in the period 2014-2018. Among the finding, it is worth mentioning the appearance of interurban mobilities with different rhythm and space-temporalities compared to traditionally urban practices; precarious conditions, which transcend the time destined to mobility, and travel tactics that complement themselves with the organization of the mobility carried out under the wing of transport systems that are unique to the south of Chile.

Palabras clave : Daily mobility; socio-spatial exclusion; precarity; south of Chile.

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