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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Use Of Territory In The Metropolitan Region Of Campinas: What Shows The Inventory Of Hip Hop Culture (2005) [uso Do Território Na Região Metropolitana De Campinas: O Que Se Mostra No Inventário Da Cultura Hip Hop (2005)]
Author: Alves C.N.
Abstract: Problematize the corporate metropolization in the Metropolitan Region of Campinas from the study of the use of the territory by the hip hop circuit. First approach the context of segregation and peripherization of Campinas. Then highlight the inventory of hip hop culture in the region, consisting of primary informations collected between the years 2003 and 2005. The inventory indicates that there about 300 rap groups, which corresponds to about a thousand people singing the musical genre of the hip hop, while pointing out the action about 250 graffiti artists and break dancers diffused in fourteen cities in the region. The circuit involves articulating institutions, free radio stations, hip hop goods shops, phonographic studios, among others. Observe the approach of the militants of hip hop, with political parties, a culture made such a movement institutionalized. The demonstration of the elements of hip hop occurs primarily in the peripheries in the region especially in the cities of Campinas, Sumaré and Hortolândia. Noteworthy is the use of public space as a major tactic of the street culture, a calendar favorable to the encounter of different peripherals agents in their artistic events. Reflect on the alternatives for the study of cultural circuits in the used territory, a way to better understand the contemporary urban dynamics.
Editor: Universidade Federal do Parana
Rights: fechado
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Date Issue: 2014
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