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Diálogo andino

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HIDALGO, Rodrigo; RODRIGUEZ, Laura  y  ALVARADO, Voltaire. UP THE HILL OR OVER THE WETLAND: PRODUCTION OF NATURE AND EXPANDING REAL ESTATE IN MARINE AND FLUVIAL CITIES. THE CASE OF VALPARAÍSO AND VALDIVIA, CHILE. Diálogo Andino [online]. 2018, n.56, pp.87-100. ISSN 0719-2681.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-26812018000200087.

River or marine coastal urban settlement has certain site conditions, which make them a complex field of research for Geography. This is not exclusively just due to the relationship between landscape and dwelling, but also because the occupying neglects areas, by the market, as large niches for real estate businesses.

This research describes the relationship between social housing and its closeness to brooks and wetlands in the city of Valparaiso y Valdivia. Considering its relevance in public policies, it reviews these environment components, as a production of nature approach and its willingness to the open it up in favor of income.

The Index of Socioeconomic Development, present in both cities, is the selected data. Besides, social housing conglomerates and proximity to the environmental components (as brooks and wetlands) are considered. Finally, maps are display to recognize the production of nature as the main component over rent increasing on the space, regardless of its initial condition. The results obtained indicate a located occupation about condition of class and site, as well the incidence of landscape in the social construction of value.

Palabras clave : Nature production; site condition; real estate extractivism; marine and river cities.

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