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La modernizzazione delle città spagnole tra il tramonto della Restaurazione e la Guerra civile
Journal Title: STORIA URBANA  
Author/s: María Cardesín Díaz José, Mirás Araujo Jesús 
Year:  2008 Issue: 119 Language: Italian 
Pages:  12 Pg. 9-20 FullText PDF:  565 KB
DOI:  10.3280/SU2008-119002
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The modernization of the Spanish cities between the twilight of the Restoration regime and the Civil War - The article provides a general picture in which to frame the modernization that the Spanish cities underwent between the late nineteenth century and the Civil War, and its consequences on the form of the development of several second industrialization infrastructures. The objective is to present a succinct global synthesis on the first third of the twentieth century, a period in which a remarkable take-off of the Spanish urbanmetropolitan phenomenon took place, as a result of a socio-economic development that stimulated the building of several urban equipment. The paper aims at providing a framework to better understand some case studies, which have been applied to the analysis of the financing of municipal treasuries, the influence of trams on urban growth and morphology, the location of water supply companies and their impact, the construction of the telephone network, and the repercussions of the transformation in demographic patterns on the national urban system. In conclusion, the rhythm of implementation of new technologies did not involve any significant delay as to other European countries, which lets us question traditional interpretations of the alleged Spanish failure in terms of modernization during those.

María Cardesín Díaz José, Mirás Araujo Jesús, in "STORIA URBANA " 119/2008, pp. 9-20, DOI:10.3280/SU2008-119002

   

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