SEGURIDAD PERCIBIDA EN LA CIUDAD DE CURITIBA. UN SONDEO EXPLORATORIO EN RESIDENTES LOCALES Y TURISTAS

Ericka Amorin, Jose Manoel Gandara, Peter Tarlow, Maximiliano Korstanje

Resumen


El presente trabajo tiene como objetivo principal estudiar la evolución de la percepción de seguridad en residentes locales y turistas en la ciudad brasilera de Curitiba. La seguridad percibida y su relación con los riesgos comienzan a cambiar en los periodos relevados por la Secretaria de Turismo del Estado de Paraná (SETU) y la Secretaria Municipal de Turismo de Curitiba, desde 2003 a 2010. Las hipótesis de trabajo intentarán demostrar que la calidad de vida y la ecología son construcciones homologables y complementarias para los encuestados. Segundo, ambas representan una preocupación y afectan orgánicamente la geografía cognitiva en la mente de habitantes y turistas. Tercero y último, existe un préstamo de construcciones dada por la interacción de dos grupos en el transcurso del tiempo sobre un mismo territorio. El concepto de riesgo o seguridad tiende a anclar aquello que la interacción descentraliza. El riesgo o una mala imagen en materia de seguridad implica como en estos casos, preocupaciones palpables y reales sobre el futuro de la ciudad. La investigación ha sido exploratoria, bibliográfica y documental. Para mayor información respecto a construcciones muestrarias y criterios de selección consultar anexos.

Palabras clave: Seguridad, modernidad, riesgo, geografía social, turismo, Curitiba.

Abstract

The present investigation is based on the needs to study how the perceived risk in tourists and local residents change. The perceived sense of security and its connection with risk suffer considerable alternations from 2003 to 2010 in the collated information provided by the Secretary of Tourism from the Paraná State (SETU) and Secretary of Tourism from Curitiba. It is hypothesized that the quality of life and the ecological concerns are homologable and complimentary categories for interviewees. Secondly, both represent a potential problem that would affect the geography of the city not only for residents but for visitors. Third, there is an ongoing negotiation of perceived risks that go from one to another side with fluency. This means that the risk or a bad-image for a tourist destination covers other much broader concerns of actors. This is an exploratory, bibliographic and documental research. For further information about the sampling criteria, consult the indexes.

Key words: Security, modernity, risk, social geography, tourism, Curitiba.


Palabras clave


Seguridad; modernidad; riesgo; geografía social; turismo; Curitiba

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