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Socio-spatial fragmentation and Brazilian urbanization: scales, vectors, rhythms, forms and contents FragUrb

Grant number: 18/07701-8
Support type:Research Projects - Thematic Grants
Duration: November 01, 2018 - October 31, 2023
Field of knowledge:Humanities - Geography - Human Geography
Principal researcher:Maria Encarnação Beltrão Sposito
Grantee:Maria Encarnação Beltrão Sposito
Home Institution: Faculdade de Ciências e Tecnologia (FCT). Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP). Campus de Presidente Prudente. Presidente Prudente , SP, Brazil
Principal researchers:Eda Maria Góes ; Eliseu Savério Sposito ; Everaldo Santos Melazzo
Assoc. researchers:Antonio Henrique Bernardes ; Arthur Magon Whitacker ; Carlos Henrique Costa da Silva ; Catherine Chatel ; Cleverson Alexsander Reolon ; Igor de França Catalão ; José Sobreiro Filho ; Luciano Antonio Furini ; Márcio José Catelan ; Marcus Vinicius Mariano de Souza ; Maria Angélica de Oliveira Magrini ; Maria José Martinelli Silva Calixto ; Nécio Turra Neto ; Patricia Helena Milani ; Patrícia Maria de Jesus ; Sergio Moreno Redón ; Vitor Koiti Miyazaki ; Wagner Vinicius Amorim
Associated scholarship(s):20/00231-6 - Between space continuity and territory discontinuity: importance of dry ports for urban sprawl and socio-spatial fragmentation, BP.DR
20/09323-0 - Youth and multiple territorialities: differences and inequalities in the city and in school, BP.IC
20/02906-0 - Socio-spatial fragmentation, an ongoing process: the case of Ribeirão Preto (SP), BP.IC
+ associated scholarships 20/03423-3 - Restructuring of the city and socio-spatial fragmentation from trade: the Londrina agglomerate, BP.MS
20/04711-2 - Fragments of the fragmentary socio-spatial logic on the public space pair-private space in Dourados-MS, Ituiutaba-MG, Maringá-PR and Ribeirão Preto-SP, BP.PD
20/06012-4 - From oral to written: the production of documents from interviews with city dwellers and well-informed agents, BP.TT
20/04023-9 - Spatial practices inside closed residential spaces of Presidente Prudente - SP: between changes and permanences, BP.IC
20/03383-1 - Socio-spatial fragmentation and urban experiences in the district of São Mateus, city of São Paulo-SP, BP.IC
19/22190-2 - Urbanization and medium cities of Brazil and United Kingdom: fragmentation and socio-spatial inequality at multiple scales, BE.PQ
19/24029-4 - Socio-spatial fragmentation in the context of small towns in metropolitan regions: cases of Paiçandu and Sarandí (PR), BP.IC
19/19765-3 - Urban public policies: Special Zones of Social Interest (ZEIS) and the socio-spatial fragmentation, BP.IC
19/18533-1 - Middle cities, centre and centrality and their implications on fragmentary sociospatial logic in different sociospacial formations: Chapecó, Dourados, Ituiutaba, Mossoró and Marabá, BP.PD
19/16989-8 - Socio-spatial fragmentation, urban planning and land rent: the production of the city of Maringá/PR, BP.MS
19/10241-1 - The MRV trajectory: real estate production and spatial rescheduling, BP.IC
18/23288-3 - Cuzco (Peru) and Cartagena (Colombia): Centralities, spatial practices and socio-spatial fragmentation, BP.PD
19/05179-5 - Socio-spatial self-segregation in Araçatuba urban agglomeration, BP.MS
19/05315-6 - Urban land market and housing production in the context of different socio-spatial formations, BP.PD
19/04430-6 - Fragments of the fragmentary socio-spatial logic on the public space pair-private space in Chapecó-SC, Marabá-PA e Mossoró-RN, BP.PD
19/05225-7 - Urban land market and housing production in the context of different socio-spatial formations., BP.PD
19/09247-5 - Idealization and assembly of the geographic information management (PGIG) for the research, BP.TT
19/04385-0 - Differences, inequalities and urban everyday life: paradigms for reading and reflection on the spatial dimension of social processes, BP.PD
19/09523-2 - Patterns of localization of economic activities in the Brazilian middle cities: Mossoró, Marabá, Dourados and Maringá, BP.IC
19/08318-6 - Support for the organization and registration of Dialogue Groups, BP.TT
19/09852-6 - Space and everyday urban practices on the periphery metropolis of São Paulo: the uses and appropriations of space, according to different age groups and temporalities, BP.IC
19/04392-7 - Socio-spatial fragmentation and Brazilian urbanization: scales, vectors, rhythms, forms and contents., BP.PD
19/09945-4 - Consequences of the fragmentary socio-spatial logic on the public-private space pair in Maringá-PR and Ribeirão Preto-SP, BP.IC
19/04365-0 - Fragments of the fragmentary socio-spatial logic on the public space pair - private space in Dourados-MS, Ituiutaba-MG, Maringá-PR e Ribeirão Preto-SP, BP.PD
19/09982-7 - Consequences of the fragmentary socio-spatial logic on the public-private space pair in Dourados-MS and Ituiutaba-MG, BP.IC
19/02849-0 - The voices of the socio-spatial fragmentation: an analysis as of the urban (im)mobility and the (in)accessibility of the peripheral citizens resident in Ribeirão Preto - SP, BP.MS
19/10121-6 - Space and everyday urban practices on the metropolis periphery of São Paulo: the uses and appropriations of space, according to different age groups and temporalities, BP.IC
19/04664-7 - Space practices and everyday life: paradigms for the reflection on the spatial dimension of social processes, BP.PD
19/06433-2 - Patterns on location of economic activities in Brazilian middle cities: Ribeirão Preto, Presidente Prudente, Ituiutaba and Chapecó, BP.IC
19/07772-5 - Socio-spatial fragmentation and Brazilian urbanization: scales, vectors, rhythms, forms and contents (FragUrb), BP.IC
18/20124-0 - Socio-spatial fragmentation, an ongoing process: the case of Maringá (PR), BP.IC - associated scholarships

Abstract

The socio-spatial differentiation in Brazilian cities has been deepening and it points out to a constitution of the process of socio-spatial fragmentation. Its origin is linked to the predominance of the neoliberal logic and subjections which precede the idea of the right to the city. This project aims to understand, in cities and urban levels, how fragmented socio-spatial logic changes the content of differentiation and inequalities, redefining the meanings of the right to the city. This central objective is unfolded in four analytical planes: i) it goes through the centre-peripheral socio-spatial logic to the fragmentary socio-spatial logic; ii) an interpretation of the socio-spatial fragmentation through the contemporary forms of differentiation and inequality, from practices associated to the urban daily life; iii) the unrolling of the fragmentary socio-spatial logic on public spaces /private spaces; iv) the role of the political institutions, the hegemonic economic agents and the non-hegemonic social subjects. To carry this research out we have chosen five empirical dimensions from which the process of socio-spatial fragmentation are going to be analysed, such as inhabiting, working, consuming, leisure and mobility. Cities of different socio-spatial formations are going to be studied: Chapecó/SC, Dourados/MS, Ituiutaba/MG, Marabá/PA, Maringá/PR, Mossoró/RN, Presidente Prudente/SP, Ribeirão Preto/SP and São Paulo/SP as well as small cities which will be identified in the course of the research. (AU)

Articles published in Agência FAPESP Newsletter about the research grant:
Cidades médias com grandes desigualdades  
Ciudades medianas con grandes desigualdades  
Medium-sized cities with significant inequality 

Scientific publications
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
ELISEU SAVÉRIO SPOSITO; MARIA ENCARNAÇÃO BELTRÃO SPOSITO. FRAGMENTAÇÃO SOCIOESPACIAL. Mercator (Fortaleza), v. 19, p. -, 2020.

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