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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||The Municipal Abattoir In Ponta Grossa And The History Of The Killing Of Animals In The Late 19th Century [o Matadouro Municipal De Ponta Grossa E A Historicidade Da Matança Animal, Centralizada No Fim Do Século Xix]|
De Carvalho A.I.
|Abstract:||The killing of animals for human consumption in the early 19th century was done in a rudimentary form and without any government control. Concern on the rationalization and modernization of urban spaces started to take priority. A greater intervention of sanitary authorities within social dynamics implied in the revision of several aspects on the different moments of meat production, such as conditions for breeding and killing of animals in abattoirs, new requirements on the hygiene of abattoirs, the need for centralization and control by the municipal authorities for abattoirs, control of laborers in abattoirs and the gradual displacement of abattoirs far from urban space and from the sight of the population within ethical concerns on the death of animals. Current paper analyzes the initial phase of this transforming process of abattoirs taking as example the specific case of the municipal abattoir in Ponta Grossa PR Brazil in 1888.|
|Editor:||State University of Maringa|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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