Tipologia segregării sociale în mediul urban

Viorel MIONEL

Abstract


The urban space complexity develops with the spatial and human dimensions of the city. For instance, the bigger the city the more complex and more radical the urban processes and phenomena. Moreover, in the anthropic environment, the most important processes and phenomena are connected to the two core components of the city: the physical and the social component. As a process that becomes widespread and affects more and more the cities of the world, social segregation is a key component in the evolution of urban space. The understanding of the variety of social forms embodied segregation (racial, ethnic, socioeconomic, religion etc.) can lead us to a better urban governance. So, started from a theoretical explanation of social components as part of urban segregation, based on real cases, this analysis aims to highlight the most important types of social segregation that occur in urban settings, as well as clarifying terminological ambiguity: social segregation or social marginalization? Therefore, the conclusion is that such an analysis is essential for urban or municipal authorities for more effective management of such public dysfunctions by formulating strategies.


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segregation; typology; urban government; urban planning; dysfunctions.

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