Una respuesta crítica al (no)lugar de los usuarios de ocio rural dentro de la imaginación

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  • Keith Halfacree

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25145/j.pasos.2014.12.038

Palabras clave:

demografía, urbanización, movilización, clasificación, poblaciones rurales.

Resumen

El concepto de "contracurbación" está ampliamente reconocido en varias ramas del mundo académico.  En los últimos cuatro decenios ha llegado a representar la migración neta de la población a más zonas rurales, en particular, aunque no exclusivamente, en muchos países del Norte Global.  Se centra en la reubicación permanente, habiéndose separado dentro de las becas de los movimientos temporales a las zonas rurales, sobre todo los que se realizan con fines de ocio.  Este trabajo aborda este posicionamiento intelectual de la contracurbación y su exclusión de los usuarios de ocio, argumentando que, en algunas circunstancias, puede ahora ser inútil.  En particular, las discusiones recientes sobre la idea de que ahora vivimos en una era de movilidades pueden llevar a cuestionar tanto la idea de la migración permanente como su separación y la priorización implícita sobre otras formas de movilidad.  Esto conduce al documento que aboga por la reconciliación entre los inmigrantes rurales y los usuarios rurales de ocio dentro de una imaginación mucho más amplia contra-urbana.

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Publicado

2014-03-18

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Halfacree, K. (2014). Una respuesta crítica al (no)lugar de los usuarios de ocio rural dentro de la imaginación. PASOS Revista De Turismo Y Patrimonio Cultural, 12(3), 515-523. https://doi.org/10.25145/j.pasos.2014.12.038