O plano diretor como instrumento de um pacto social urbano

Carlos B. Vainer


Taking the Northeastian case as benchmark, the studies on brazilian
regjonalism highlight In general the conservative character of the political
mouvements and actors who rely on spatial cathegories to build on their
own identities, discourses and demands. This diagnosis falls short of
understanding recent current expressions of brazilian regionalism.
Focusing more specifically on social mouvements classifiable as (neo)regionalist
manifestations, this works seeks to: (a) revisit briefly traditional
regionalist mouvements; (b) question the basis for the emergence of such
new mouvements; (c) compare and interprete schematically the differents
forms of regionalism in Brazil.


Urbanização; Espaços urbanos; Regionalismo

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ISSN 1980-2668