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INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE WALLS: CLOSED RESIDENTIALS AND SOCIO SPATIAL SEGREGATION IN METROPOLITAN CITIES
(Univ Federal Ceara, Programa Pos-graduacao & Filosofia, 2015-11-01)
the socio-spatial segregation process is analyzed from its objective and subjective dimensions, in which the walls of closed residential both play a role of barrier material, as a symbolic threshold, which influence the ...
A Theory of Socio-spatial Integration: Problems, Policies and Concepts from a US Perspective
(Blackwell Publishing, 2013-03)
Discussions about socio-spatial integration in the US have been primarily focused on research into residential segregation. The treatment of these two concepts as opposites has had two consequences. First, most policies ...
Aspects of Urban Morphology and Socio-Spatial Differences in Urban Space of Alvares Machado City, Sao Paulo, Brazil
(Univ Valle, 2015-01-01)
This article seeks to contribute to highlight the role of urban morphology in the analysis of production of urban space and differentiation socio-spatial, mainly from the urban forms in the of Alvares Machado City, located ...
Latino gentrifi cation and polarization: Socio-spatial transformations in peri-central and peripheral neighborhoods of Santiago, Chile Latino gentrificación y polarización: Transformaciones socioespaciales en barrios pericentrales y periféricos de Santiag
(Revista de Geografia Norte Grande Avda.Vicuna Mackenna 4860 Macul-Santiago, 2014)
© 2014 Revista de Geografia Norte Grande. All rights reserved. Gentrification and segregation are complex and controversial urban phenomena of social and spatial differentiation at global scale. Similar to other Latin ...
ANALYSIS OF URBAN CLIMATE THROUGH SOCIO-SPATIAL AND SOCIO-ENVIRONMENTAL SEGREGATION INPRUDENTE-SP, BRAZIL
(Univ Federal Ceara, Programa Pos-graduacao & Filosofia, 2016-02-01)
Socio-spatial segregation and housing in Brazil between late 19th and the early 20th century
(Univ Federal Espirito Santo, 2015-08-01)
This article aims to analysis the Brazilian city between late 19th and the early 20th century, when there are structural changes in the economic, social and political framework that will lead to new forms of production and ...
URBAN RESTRUCTURING AND SOCIO-SPACE SEGREGATION
(Univ Federal Ceara, Programa Pos-graduacao & Filosofia, 2015-10-01)
The implementation of urban projects related to mega sports events held in Brazil, and hegemonic interests, outweigh the popular interests related to the right to housing. Following the market logic of capital accumulation ...