BETWEEN TWO CRISES, A CITY. THE PRODUCTION OF URBAN SPACE OF CAMPINAS, IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
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We assume that for the study of a particular situation like that of Campinas, would need to fixate some points of its development: the understanding of urban crises, as well as issues resulting from them and, finally, why urban crises have an interface with social issues and that every crisis, go back and sew the complexity of urban problems. At least two concomitant facts support this position: a) the formation of an urban structure, which will use the urban bases established by the economy resting on the coffee, and also b) consolidating real estate market in Campinas. This fact results an important question: if the housing problem is not installed suddenly, then it is up to unravel the social processes articulate and design the urban crisis and the consequences in the production of urban space in Campinas. Methodologically we used the historiographical studies with documentary base, both bibliographic such as files - maps collections and local newspapers. As a final result it is considered that the hypothesis of the production of urban space in Campinas was explained by the outputs of the identified urban crises.