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Polis (Santiago)

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TRONCOSO, Francisco Letelier; BARRIA, Verónica Tapia  y  CHIOINO, Patricia Boyco. New neighborhood territorialities in neoliberal Chile?. Polis [online]. 2018, vol.17, n.49, pp.55-78. ISSN 0718-6568.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-65682018000100055.

From 1973 on, the neighborhood organizations in Chile have undergone a series of transformations linked to the de-collectivization of social life, the intensification of clientelistic and paternalistic relationships between social organizations and local authorities, and the proliferation of public policies that have promoted the encapsulation of the neighborhood and its separation from larger-scale urban processes. All of the above have resulted in the sustained loss of power of neighborhood organizations. In this context, the article presents the case of three urban communities in an inner city of Chile. Through a process of technical-political accompaniment, these communities have articulated and increased their capacity to influence the production of their territories. The case analysis identifies trends of installations of the territorial articulation logics that emerges as alternatives to the neighborhood spacing crisis and that improves the processes of urban governance.

Palabras clave : neighborhood; neighborhood fragmentation; neighborhood articulation.

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