Emilio Martínez Gutiérrez's research while affiliated with Complutense University of Madrid and other places

Publications (3)

Article
Under the pressure of the urbanizing tsunami, town planning and urban policies in Spain have given a residual treatment to public spaces in recent urban development. This work proposes a brief but comprehensive sociological analysis about social and morphological traits of public spaces – like paradigmatic social space – in order to show the city's...

Citations

... In the memory, places acquire a stronger associative force than time because places have a more tangible nature (Simmel, 2015). Similarly, there is no memory free from a spatial framework, taken as a reference used to localize and support the memories of events lived or transmitted (Martínez Gutiérrez, 2011). Reviving the memory of any event is simpler when we localize the spatial reference; memory turns physical space into a place with social significance. ...
... The location of these facilities had to support the environmental functions and serve a different user age group rather than merely stem from uses of vacant land (Malike, 2010). The location of these facilities should be formative rather than merely residual ones: Park has to be spatially distributed (Gutiérrez, 2011). Spatial accessibility to amenities generally refers to the ease with which amenities can be reached (Besler, 2011). ...