Áreas centrais de São Paulo: dinamismo econômico, pobreza e políticas São Paulo downtown: economic dynamism, the poor and policies
KeywordsÁreas centrais da cidade de São Paulo
São Paulo city downtown
Political science (General)
DOAJ:Law and Political Science
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AbstractO texto tem por objetivo estudar as condições de vida nos cortiços do Centro de São Paulo. Após apontar as mudanças ocorridas nessas áreas: perda de população, saída do setor financeiro e do comércio luxo, o artigo destaca suas potencialidade. No entanto, a principal contribuição reside em investigar dois cortiços: impera a promiscuidade, a falta de higiene e de privacidade. Finalmente, o último item do artigo mostra que as áreas centrais transformaram-se em espaços de debates e embates sobre o destino da população pobre e dos investimentos públicos.<br>The article analyses the conditions of living in the slum tenements of the central areas of São Paulo. It points out the changes that have occured in these areas: lost of population, financial sector and higher classes, commercial activities going to other areas. However, the article also points out its potenciality. Its main contribution is the investigation of two slum tenements: the general conditions are promiscuity, absence of hygiene and privacy. The last section shows that the central areas have turned into spaces of debates and conflicts concerning the poor population and the public investments.
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