Revisitando autopistas hacia el silencio: una historia de las coaliciones discursivas sobre el ruido del tráfico

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https://doi.org/10.3989/arbor.2023.810005

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Ruido de tráfico, tranquilidad en pandemia, coaliciones discursivas, estructuración e institucionalización del discurso, Países Bajos

Resumen


Durante la pandemia de la Covid-19, la densidad del tráfico rodado en el Norte Global se redujo considerablemente. A aquellos que disfrutaban la tranquilidad resultante, se les despertó la esperanza de que esta experiencia aumentara la conciencia pública sobre el ruido y alterara la cultura de la movilidad. Sin embargo, no parece que mucho haya cambiado ahora que las economías del Norte Global están retornando a niveles pre-pandémicos. Este artículo pretende contribuir a la comprensión de la persistencia del status quo trazando históricamente las coaliciones discursivas sobre el ruido del tráfico en el siglo XX y principios del siglo XXI. Las coaliciones discursivas son conexiones entre grupos de actores que tienen intereses opuestos pero comparten un conjunto específico de narrativas relativas a un problema público. Como mostraremos a través del caso del ruido de tráfico en los Países Bajos, los resultados a largo plazo de estas coaliciones discursivas -en términos de estructuración, institucionalización y desestabilización del discurso- tienden a desviar la atención sobre las intervenciones estructurales en los flujos de tráfico.

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2023-12-30

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Bijsterveld, K., & van Lente, H. (2023). Revisitando autopistas hacia el silencio: una historia de las coaliciones discursivas sobre el ruido del tráfico. Arbor, 199(810), a725. https://doi.org/10.3989/arbor.2023.810005

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