Query : Estudios Territoriales
- Alba Herrero Garcés2
- Alejandro Guzmán Ramírez2
- Beatriz Bragoni2
- Calderón-Maya, Juan Roberto2
- Carlos Galindo Pérez2
- Equipo Editorial2
- Héctor Ávila Sánchez2
- Jorge Humberto Trujillo2
- José de Jesús Acosta Pérez2
- Maier, Elizabeth2
- Medina, Eduardo Campos2
- Milagros Muñoz Martín2
- Sánchez, Francisco José Zamudio2
- Segura, Florencio Posadas2
- Abarca-Álvarez, Francisco-Javier1
- Abarca, Cristóbal1
- Abraham, Elena M.1
- Abril Montijo Galindo1
- Aceñolaza, Pablo G.1
- Adame-Martínez, Salvador1
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Les humanités et études numériques comme cadre d’intelligibilité, d’accompagnement et d’impulsion des transformations éducatives et territoriales.
“Do we need a law for libraries?” (congress, Paris, 17 June 2017)
In the context of the 63th Congress of the Association of librarians of France (ABF), which takes place in Paris, Porte de Versailles Hall 5, from 15 to 17 June 2017, a round table is organised on Saturday 17 June at 14: 30 on the subject: “Do we need a law on libraries?”. Moderated by Cyrille Clave...
Reduction of activities and urban sprawl in Toulouse
The mapping of urban sprawl processes and institutional mobility remains difficult to establish. In the majority of studies, the answer to questions about the effects of narrowing activities towards the outlying areas of cities is limited to establishing the balance of jobs in the municipality betwe...
Women, narco and violence: results of a failed war
The aim of this article is to identify changes in women’s participation in the context of the war against drug trafficking and to visualise some of the implications of these changes for women in the north-west of the country.
Moisés Gámez (Coordinator), (2013), Electricity: strategic resource and productive activities. Electrification processes in northern Mexico, centuries xix — xx
Management, government and water resources in the direction of the State of Mexico
Management focuses more on institutional aspects, involving different levels of government and the relationship it has with the water resource, which is presented as a repeated demand from the population in the region of the country of Mexico. The issue of management, government and the water resour...
Contribution of the variables stimulating agricultural production in Spain (1990-2009)
The purpose of the work is to analyse the development of the production of the main agricultural raw materials in Spain during the period 1990-2009. The main raw materials are defined by calculating the percentage of the production value of each raw material in relation to the total production value...
Geography of landscapes: look at, feel and listen to nature
The aim of this work is to highlight the essence of human being and its relations with the world through its culture, feelings and values. This is why we are looking for reflection on the different eyes and feelings about nature in order to better understand it in full. By addressing the geopoethics...
Forming Community benchmarks to build autonomy: Training of community leaders of social organisations on the basis of non-formal educational practices in the region The Platform Berisso-Ensenada
Since 2002 from various UNLP academic units, we have made efforts to maintain links with social organisations on the periphery of the region La Platform-Berisso-Ensenada. Based on the experience of research and advice to organisations in peripheral neighbourhoods on the basis of voluntary or other e...
The south also exists: the multimodal corridor of Tehuantepec’s isthmus in the era of globalisation
After a century of the peak of the inter-oceanic crossing of Tehuantepec’s isthmus, where large volumes of goods were transported between the Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic, the aim was to implement the Tehuantepec Logistics System project at the early stages of the 21st century in order to re-posit...
Urbanisation and socio-environmental problems on the southern coast of Jalisco, Mexico. An approximation
The approach of this article is placed on the relationship between urbanisation and the management of natural resources. It is based on a case study, describes the urban growth trends of eight municipalities that make up the average basin of the Haiquila river and relates these trends to its socio-e...
Towns and urbanization of South Arabia in the pre-Islamic period: its origins, functions and territoriality within the regional settlement process
The emergence and evolution of the urban networks and their territorial layout are analyzed by focusing on how towns develop functional polarities which combine themselves within the political entities, from the l2th cent. BC to the 6th cent. AD in South-Arabia. The first step goes through the envir...
A GEOGRAFIA DO NÃO: UMA DOS RESULTADOS DO Referendo SOBRE O DESARMAMENTO EM MINAS Gerais
Sobre el interés general de Itoiz y el canal de Navarra
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Social and solidarity-based economy, corporate social responsibility and territory in France: Tense practices and challenges of legitimacy
The article examines the tension between the growing importance of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) — as a means of legitimising corporate social responsibility (CSR) — and historically more rooted practices and cooperatives of the social and solidarity-based economy (SSE), which struggle to ha...
Cultural industry in Mexico cities: Knowledge intensive symbolic services; (sic-symbolic)
Background in this work we reflect on the potential of the cultural industry. to boost the economy of cities in Mexico. Cultural activities have been promoted in large cities to revitalise their economies and, in some cases, provide a high share of their employment and income. They also represent a...
Urban intervention and tourism development: proposal for an analysis model in Historical Centres
RESUMEN with the neoliberal model has intensified the changes in the Historical Centres (ch), which are currently undergoing renovation and commercial and tourism development processes, which have created a number of problems, leaving aside the importance and social significance of the city. The res...
Desertification and sand storms
Geography of fragmentation in the peri-urban area of Quito: an analysis of the new centralities Cumbayá-Tumbaco and San Antonio de Pichincha
The socio-spatial configuration of an expanding city has created a new geography on the urban periphery. As a result, the city has a more complex functional structure, where new centralities occur. Using a quantitative analysis based on Local Indicators of Space Partnership (LISA) and the use of Geo...
Methodology for digital mapping: case Volcán Nevado de Toluca
Currently, technological advances allow maps to be made quickly and accurately. Thanks to the data provided by the different satellites, Global Positioning Technologies (GPS) and Geographic Information Systems (GIS), maps can be generated with general territorial information, which facilitates scien...
Changes in the employment and income of rural households in Mexico, 2002-2007
This article analyses changes in rural employment in Mexico by identifying the main sources of employment and income of rural households for the period 2002-2007. The quantitative analysis is based on panel data from the National Household Survey of Ru — Rales of Mexico; the results confirm that ind...
Children in migration for return: academic issues and administrative process in the Galician school system
This article analyses the impact of international migration on school academic and administrative processes. To this end, the management functions in registering migrant children returning to Mexico were examined. The results were obtained from data collected in 34 public primary schools in Hermosil...
Overview of ‘Landscape History of the State Congress of Sonora, 1825-2000’ by Ignacio Almada Bay and José Marcos Medina Bustos.
Review of "Life in adversity: the meaning of health and reproduction in poverty "by Roberto Castro