Análisis témporo - espacial de los impactos de la migración venezolana en sectores de la localidad de Santa Fé en la ciudad de Bogotá D. C. 2008-2019
Díaz Escobar, Jhon Byron | 2020-08
Migration is understood as the population movement towards a foreign territory or within it, due to multiple causes of expulsion and attraction, in order to access better living conditions and meet individual and family needs; From the perspective of understanding the migratory process as a social phenomenon, it creates a conscious behavior in the respective migrant society, where each group organizes and structures its behavior, relationships and reactions, so that the objective and subjective conditions determine the way of life and social development of the parties within the migration process. Therefore, the territories are subjected to behavioral, organizational, and landscape changes, among others, with different intensities, however, the landscape elements will serve as a sensitive indicator of the changes generated on the territory. Therefore, the objective of this research is to investigate the landscapes derived from the Venezuelan migration in the town of Santa Fe, in the city of Bogota. in the period 2008-2019. For which, 4 methodological steps were proposed, which consisted of documentary review, conducting interviews and life stories, synthesis and modeling of the transformations exercised in the daily landscape of the capital.Obtaining as results an approximation to the flow of Venezuelan migrants, the behavior of the migration of Venezuelans in the development space, seen as a reflection of the territoriality exercised and a synthesis of the changes in the daily landscape of the local population.