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Open Access Transición territorial:modelo teórico y contraste con el caso español

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By analyzing all the flows of rural exodus, urban concentration and urban deconcentration in a single comprehensive system, we can find settlement logics characteristic of each socioeconomic stage. This article attempts to synthesize these patterns, which lead to changes of prominence in territorial dynamics between different habitats and migratory typologies that occur over time. We conceptualize the resulting model as territorial transition. Although it has a theoretical link with important precedents, it can be considered an original contribution, since it has not previously been conceptualized in such detail. The narrative sequence has two parts. It begins by presenting the basis, the theoretical background and the stages of territorial transition, and continues by drawing a contrast with the observed reality of the Spanish case, analyzing in detail certain key specific features. In conclusion, we highlight that the formulation of this model may allow the interpretation of apparently confusing or conflicting phenomena of other international territorial systems.
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Keywords: Concentración urbana; Contraurbanización; Counterurbanization; Internal Migration; Migraciones interiores; Urban Areas; Urban Concentration; Áreas urbanas

Language: Spanish

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2012

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  • Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociológicas (REIS) is a quarterly publication of the Center for Sociological Research (Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas - CIS), and constitutes one of the main editorial activities of CIS. REIS was first published in 1978, with the main goal of disseminating the results of sociological research aiming at a better understanding of the Spanish society. Its historic course and the high level of quality demanded on its contributions has situated REIS in an outstanding position as a reference journal in the area of the Social Sciences. The journal covers a wide range of topics in the field of Sociology and Political Science in general.

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