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Social Resistances and the Creation of Another Way of Thinking in the Peripheral "Self-Constructed Popular Neighborhoods": Examples from Mexico, Argentina, and Bolivia
This study refers to urban social movements, creative social resistances, and the collectives that are emerging today in "self-constructed popular neighborhoods" ("barrios de auto-construcción popular" in Latin-American, Spanish bibliography; "quartiers d'auto-construction populaire" in French bibliography and "self-help housing" in Anglophone bibliography), with a special focus on the new characteristics of these movements and the poetics of their daily practices. Firstly, a cartographicdoi:10.3390/urbansci2010027 fatcat:vrjqaedfzjd6djahu6xfazffpm