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The definitions of slums and favelas and its implication on population data: a content analysis approach. This article aimed to discuss the different definitions of slums and favelas and their implication on population data.
The data manipulation was performed according to the content analysis CA approach. The quantification performed with Iramuteq software was based on word frequency and factorial correspondence analysis FCA. Qualitative and quantitative analyzes highlighted two major differences: in the object characterization area, building and both ; and qualification type legal aspects, construction standards, infrastructure deficiency, land property, population density, geographic references and residents typing.
With the high number of qualifications and diverse content, the population data aggregate different information, making its comparison less accurate. This imprecision tends to expand due to the area growth and the number of countries analyzed.
Maricato , p. O IBGE delimitou 1. Acesso inapropriado ao saneamento e outras infraestruturas. Os termos que qualificam os assentamentos e favelas foram identificados e agrupados. Por outro lado, Patel et al. Dentre outros aspectos, podem ser citados:. Assim, as favelas menores tendem a ser enquadradas como setores normais. Abreu, M. Bardin, L.
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Slums of the world: the face of urban poverty in the new millennium? Twenty first session of the governing council. Valladares, L. Revista Brasileira de Ciencias Sociais, 15 44 , Vaz, L. Services on Demand Journal. Abstract This article aimed to discuss the different definitions of slums and favelas and their implication on population data. Loteamento irregular ou clandestino. Zonas deterioradas do centro. Fonte: Elaborado pelo autor com base nos dados da pesquisa.
Fonte: Kohli et al. How to cite this article. Itapecerica da Serra. Vargem Grande Paulista. Aspectos legais. Propriedade da terra. Densidade populacional.
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Hear this word, writes Mike Davis, ye kine of Bashan, that are in the mountain of Samaria, which oppress the poor, which crush the needy The Lord God hath sworn by his holiness, that lo, the day shall come upon you, that he will take you away with hooks, and your posterity with fishhooks. In fact, he doesn't actually say that. That's Amos, the great Biblical prophet of doom. What Davis in fact says is: "In there were 86 cities in the world with a population of more than one million The majority of the world's population live in poverty, oppressed, dispossessed and starving. But you knew that already.