Psychological Barriers. Politics reflected on the public space

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Argos, 2013, 29 (57)
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The aim of this qualitative research (conducted with students Angélica Peñalver, Marilyn Rodríguez and Julimar Rodríguez, from the School of Psychology at the Universidad Central de Venezuela) was to assess what we define as psychological barriers vis-à-vis Caracas public spaces. We interviewed a small sample of inhabitants considering their different political tendencies. The results showed that politics doesnt create psychological limits when accessing into a public space. Other factors as insecurity and cleanliness are the ones that show themselves as barriers.
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