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Diálogo andino

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CONTRERAS, Yasna; TAPIA, Marcela  y  LIBERONA, Nannette. SOCIAL AND SPACE BORDER MOVING AND PRACTICES BETWEEN ARICA AND TACNA. FROM THE SENSE OF FRONTIER TO TRANSFRONTERICIDAD BETWEEN CITIES. Diálogo Andino [online]. 2017, n.54, pp.127-141. ISSN 0719-2681.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-26812017000300127.

The study of human mobility between border cities strains notions of border and calls into question ideas that have long been used in migration studies. Border social practices show that the transborder nature of two cities (Arica and Tacna) are mainly the result of their inhabitants’ desire to take advantage of the act of crossing, which leads to various types of mobilities. The disparities and asymmetries of the cities and strong sense of border that exists there do not prevent people from crossing daily, weekly or monthly to work or sell goods in Arica or decrease the cost of living, seek medical care or enjoy cuisine and recreational activities in Tacna. As such, mobility at the border and socio-spatial practices as well as space-time continuity form the basis of the constitution of Arica and Tacna as Transborder Urban Complexes.

Palabras clave : Migration; spatial practices; border and mobility.

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