Ciudad oscura, ciudad luminosaSanta Cruz de Tenerife (1980-2000)

  1. Luz Marina García Herrera
  2. Carmen Gloria Calero Martín
  3. María Carmen Rosa Delgado Acosta
  4. Miguel Angel Mejías Vera
  5. Mario Pérez Pérez
  6. María del Carmen Díaz Rodríguez
Journal:
Investigaciones Geográficas (España)

ISSN: 0213-4691

Year of publication: 2002

Issue: 28

Pages: 33-52

Type: Article

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DOI: 10.14198/ingeo2002.28.06 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openOpen access editor

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  • Human Sciences: B

Abstract

During the last twenty years the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife has experienced a residential development characterized by the remarkable role of private sector. Spatial distribution of housing shows a clear divide between the private-developed urban core and first-tier periphery, and the public housing peripheral fringes. This residential differentiation propitiates new segregation processes reinforced by the public sector developments lacking any concern about social equity.