The seismic sequence that struck central Italy between 2016 and 2017 triggered intense de- and reterritorialization processes that made the crater a favorable context for the analysis of socio-territorial phenomena. Through the analysis of the transformations of the Amatrician territory post-earthquake, this paper examines the impact of the main emergency and reconstruction measures taken, in order to understand the reterritorialization process that is underway and the implied policies of development. The reflection in this paper is based on the perspective of social geography, drawing on categories derived from the disaster sociology. In addition to providing an outline of the specific framework of emergency management, this paper aims to identify the dominant trends relating to the use of public space by various territorial stakeholders, with particular emphasis on the frictions that have arisen between different spatial practices representing the different perspectives surrounding local development.
|Numero di pagine||10|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2020|