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Maia. Identificação de uma Cidade. BM99, Bienal da Maia - Carlos Maia; Cecília Delgado; Flávio Nunes; Paula Guerra; Pedro Gadanho
The relationship between society and the city, can not reduce the spontaneous emergence of urban forms, but the existence of social actors carrying from perspectives of representations and forms of action within the city of Maia. The diversity and complexity of forms of appropriation by the population, its public and semi-public spaces and institutions and are determined by many different factors, both internal order of the urban structure itself or of external nature. They can be a factor of social and urban cohesion or, on the other hand, to emphasize situations of marginality, can be enriching intergenerational relationships and intergroup...
Formulação de Políticas Públicas no Horizonte 2013 relativas ao tema Sociedade da Informação - Artur Pimenta Alves; Carlos José Rodrigues; Flávio Nunes; Gonçalo Alves Santinho; Jorge Bateira; José Carlos Caldeira; José Manuel Mendonça; Maria José Marques; Maria Teresa Pinto; Mário Jorge Leitão; Paula Guerra; Paulo Monteiro
Structural changes in the processes of socio-economic development, with consequent implications for economic growth, social and territorial cohesion, and the quality of democracy, flow into, currently, a society characterized by the growing importance of cognitive resources, the constant advancement of the information and communication technology (ICT) and the consequent change in the lives of the people and the firms and institutions. This society is often dubbed the Information and Knowledge Society, being a patent for a certain change what we called the Creative Society, which implies an increased capacity for learning and innovation, both for individuals and for institutions. The...
Iniciativa Bairros Críticos - Bairro do Lagarteiro - Carlos Ribeiro; Eduarda Ferreira; Isabel Dias; Mário Fernandes; Paula Guerra; Rui Mealha
Living the city calls for an active citizenship, which presupposes the existence of a social norm of reference in terms of rights and duties. The right to the city is associated with the exercise of other rights including the right to housing, the right to employment, the right to the services, the right to culture and quality of urban life and citizenship. Accordingly, and at the opposite pole, we can then consider that some areas of the city, including the disqualified bairros are places where there are cumulatively the largest bottlenecks in the face of these rights. Whereas the geographical...
Género e música electrónica de dança: experiências, percursos e quot;retratosquot; de mulheres clubbers - João Teixeira Lopes; Lígia Ferro; Paula Guerra; Pedro Bóia
The main objective of this work is to understand the construction of gender identitiesin the field of youth (sub)cultures linked to the participation in electronic musicfestivals, in particular, drum#8217;n#8217;bass, techno and trance, in order to understand thecomplex intersections between gender and social class and the internal structure ofclub (sub)cultures. The internal structuring process is therefore considered in a relationaland multidimensional approach, using ethnographical approaches, biographicinterviews and sociological portraits in order to detect transfers and discrepanciesbetween pre-clubbing socialising.
Género e Música Electrónica de Dança : Experiências, percursos e retratos de mulheres clubbers - Lígia Ferro; Paula Guerra; Pedro Bóia
This report is supported by two central axes of analysis: first, understanding female clubbers#8217; experiences and identity constructions of gender in clubbing in Porto (Portugal) [focusing the analysis on techno, drum#8217;n#8217;bass and trance]; second, how to connect club (sub)cultures with wider social structures, while analysing their specific inner structures.