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Title: A gender approach to housing loss in Spain: The case of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria
Authors: Domínguez Mujica, Josefina 
Parreño Castellano, Juan Manuel 
UNESCO Clasification: 540306 Geografía social
5304 Actividad económica
630909 Posición social de la mujer
Keywords: Evictions
Foreclosures
Foreign Status
Gender
Income Level, et al
Issue Date: 2021
Project: Vivienda y movilidad internacional en las ciudades insulares. La aparición de nuevas formas de desigualdad urbana. 
Journal: Geografie-Sbornik CGS 
Abstract: In pre-pandemic times, Spain was one of the European countries where the economic crisis hit the real estate market hardest, leading to rising mortgage foreclosures and eviction of tenants, as highlighted by many scholars on the financial geography of housing. Its matched social effects reveal the outstanding role of gender, foreign status, and income levels, starting from the hypothesis that the intersection among these categories shows the dimension of inequality in the neoliberal configuration of cities. The aim of this article is to provide this evidence through the study case of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, using a GIS to implement statistical correlations of these categories on a microurban scale. The created database rests on information contained in judicial archives (women’s foreclosures and evictions) and on ethnicity and income level statistical information. This allows us to go deeper into the factors of exposure to vulnerability, in accordance with an established academic tradition regarding gender, housing and the city.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/110872
ISSN: 1212-0014
DOI: 10.37040/geografie2021126020123
Source: Geografie-Sbornik CGS [ISSN 1212-0014], v. 126 (2), p. 123-147, (Enero 2021)
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