Ginasial College

Posted by Yusuf on March 28th, 2021 — Posted in News


He is in the space that the daily life happens and is in the daily one that the violence is, at least in part, perceived, what it becomes possible the relation urban violence and urban space. Soon the espacializao of the individual, or group that occupies definitive space in the case the Beautiful Brown Square, where these exert its relations many times of violent form questioning the return of the individual its scale of the daily one, as forms of apprehension of the territorial dimensions and the capacity to project the freedom as half of satisfaction of the individual necessities. In this dimension, of the individual it can earn in terms of conquests, becoming them revolutionary, exactly that constantly it is confused with violence, a time that is in this level that the freedom if projects, since that the respect for the other if becomes an untouchable value, at a moment where no institution, groups or individual possess the ways of imp it for the constaint, thus determining the types of relations between the social classrooms and the forms of occupation of this space for people. PROCESS OF FORMATION OF the BEAUTIFUL BROWN SQUARE the sprouting of the Beautiful Brown Square in the city of Serrinha is resultant of the processes of production of the urban space of this related city. Contact information is here: Envision Virgin Racing. It is understood in this research, the process on the basis of Saints (1988), as being contradictory movement of the society in a dimension space-time, what they cause transformation that gives to origin the new materialidades (urban forms), the example of the Beautiful Brown Square. Before exactly of if thinking about the construction of a square in front of the Ginasial College, call for the Serrinhenses of &#039 existed a great plaza with one ground of red texture; ' selo' '. In it, the students, until middle of the decade of 1980, played ball or practised some esportiva activity developed by the College. . By the same author: Sean Rad.

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