TERRITORIALITY OF YOUNG PEOPLE OF THE PERIPHERY: AN ETHNOGRAPHY OF NIGHT DIVERSITY IN MEDIUM SIZED CITIES

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2015-10-01

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Madureira, Elvis Christian [UNESP]

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Univ Federal Ceara, Programa Pos-graduacao & Filosofia

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This work is an interface between the urban and cultural geography, we seek to understand how the territoriality and sociability of young people of the lower classes, who live in socio-spatial segregation conditions make their territoriality in leisure in the evening. In other words, how these young people living in socio-spatial segregation conditions create strategies to jump geographical scales of the city. These questions have guided research in two medium-sized Brazilian cities, Bauru and Marilia, the results of which are to contribute to the understanding of the phenomenon of insertion of these young people in the central areas and in expanding the understanding of socio-spatial processes related to internal resets mediumsized cities. We bring the example of a youth group in order to understand how the scales are skipped and territorializam with their socio-spatial practices in central areas in city.

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Territoriality, Youth Culture, Spatial segregation, Mediumsized cities

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Geosaberes. Fortaleza: Univ Federal Ceara, Programa Pos-graduacao & Filosofia, v. 6, p. 363-375, 2015.