¿Pueden los barrios populares contribuir a una estrategia turística y de marca de ciudad?

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Jaime Hernández García

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Los barrios populares son áreas mayoritarias en Colombia y en América Latina, que exhiben dinámicas urbanas, sociales y culturales particulares. Sin importar su tamaño ni su impacto, estos asentamientos han sido tradicionalmente ignorados en cuanto a su contribución a la ciudad y a cualquier estrategia turística y de marca de ciudad. Comúnmente se piensa que estas áreas no ofrecen nada más que pobreza y problemas. Sin embargo, existe investigación que muestra sus potencialidades, más allá de aquellas percepciones tradicionales y marginales; y se cree que pueden contribuir activamente al desarrollo turístico y de marca de ciudad en América Latina. Desde una exploración conceptual sobre urbanización informal y marca de ciudad, confrontada empíricamente en barrios populares de Bogotá, este artículo discute críticamente la contribución que estos asentamientos pueden hacer a una estrategia de turismo y de marca de ciudad más justa, real y auténtica.

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