With this Doctorate research project we aim at continuing our Master's studies on the formation of Jardim Ibirapuera neighborhood understood as a particular process of the capital territorialization done through the reproduction of migrant workers and of their families within São Paulo's metropolis from the 1960s on. However, we seek at moving further in our researches on the recent changes of the labor mobility experienced by the families living there and also by the locality itself. Thus, we try to understand what relation those families have established with the forms of time and space usage that have been territorializing nowadays in Jardim Ibirapuera. We question whether if such practices express changes in the form of the capital territorialization underneath São Paulo's territory, and if they indicate fundamental transformations within the recent capital reproduction process in the national and the world scales.
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