TIPOLOGIA SEGREGĂRII GEOGRAFICE ÎN MEDIUL URBAN
1 Academia de Studii Economice, Departamentul de Turism şi Geografie, Facultatea de Comerţ, Calea Dorobanţilor 15-17, Sector 1, Bucureşti, România, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract: – The Typology of Geographical Segregation in Urban Environment. This article is meant to create an exact and pragmatic image of the urban segregation concept in general and of the geographical or residential segregation concept in particular. The theoretical aspects presented in this analysis create, to a certain extent, a methodological conclusion necessary for studying the urban geographical segregation as a result of social polarization or, in other words, social segregation. At the same time, this analysis reveals the pragmatic view of the author over the terminology and the concepts used in the article. When studying the geographical segregation, a clear distinction must be made – according to the spatial forms where it appears – between the two main types of spatial segregation within the social structures: rich people and poor people; this aspect has also been analyzed in the article below.
Key-Words : geographical segregation, slum, ghetto, gated communities, golden ghetto, poor people, rich people.
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