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|Title:||Geography Of Nonschizophonic Sounds In The Region Of Recife: Popular Culture And Urban Daily Life|
|Abstract:||This article deals with the density of Recife's popular culture manifestations known as nonschizophonic sounds, which emerged and disseminated despite the technical possibilities that constitute the schizophonic phenomenon - the splitting of the original sound and its acoustic reproduction. In addition to bibliographical searches, extensive fieldwork such as technical visits and semistructured interviews were also fundamental to this research. Attention was drawn upon the typology and the topology of Recife's nonschizophonic manifestations, found especially within the metropolitan periphery. A special focus was given to the recent intensification of maracatu in Recife, analyzing the connections between popular culture and soundscape in the Coelhos neighborhood. This is an analysis of the used territory, looking into the daily life of a metropolis marked simultaneously by socio-territorial inequality and by cultural richness and diversity.|
|Subject:||Use Of Territory|
|Editor:||Univ Federal Goias, Inst Estudos Socio-Ambientais|
|Citation:||Boletin Goiano De Geografia. Univ Federal Goias, Inst Estudos Socio-ambientais, v. 36, p. 141 - 156, 2016.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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