Palabras clave: Prácticas cotidianas de movilidad; espacio público; análisis relacional; análisis funcional; actividades sociales


El presente articulo reconceptualiza  los espacios urbanos como móviles y relacionales, continuamente reconstruidos y redefinidos por flujos de personas, de conocimiento y de capital, examinando el desarrollo de las prácticas móviles que giran en torno al barrio del Poblenou de Barcelona, en el que las transformaciones urbanas vinculadas a los Juegos Olímpicos de 1992, la renovación del frente marítimo y el posterior desarrollo de un clúster de alta tecnología (el "22@") han desencadenado un profundo y duradero proceso de cambio social.


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