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Título: Disciplinando la sociedad a través de la ciudad: El origen del urbanismo en Argentina y Brasil (1894-1945)
Palabras clave: Estudios Territoriales
Cultural Relations
International History
Foucault
City Planning
Latin America
Brazil
Argentina
Rio de Janeiro
Buenos Aires
São Paulo
Editorial: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Descripción: This paper looks at the genesis of a discourse on urbanism in Brazil and Argentina between 1894 and 1945 using the ideas of Foucault on discipline and his concept of bio-power. Demographic pattern of the major cities in both countries from 1890 onwards is discussed. Plans proposed for the same cities in the 1920s and to urban representations, such as ideas about social reform, the role of hygiene in urbanism, and the relationship of ideas on Taylorism and the city are also discussed. The paper also analyzes the use of planning as an element of nation building and ideas defining eugenics in city planning. The implementation of city urbanism was a way of creating an industrial culture, disciplining society through the city, although the industrial proletariat never made up the majority of the population in Brazil or Argentina
Other Identifiers: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=19608302
Aparece en las Colecciones:EURE

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