Stolen Cars

A Journey Through São Paulo's Urban Conflict
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Stolen Cars is an innovative ethnography of urban inequalities and violence in São Paulo, Brazil.

Organized around the journeys of five stolen cars, each chapter discusses a specific theme, such as the distinctions between violent robbery and the more commercial non-violent theft or the role of national borders interconnecting illegal and legal economies Provides an original theoretical framework for a rarely studied urban and transnational supply chain Draws from empirical data and a combination of different methodologies to demonstrate mechanisms of urban inequalities and violence reproduction Highlights how everyday life is entangled with structural urban transformations Uses an ethnographic narrative to show how urban development produce various forms of illegality and violent crime 

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  • Age restriction: 0+
  • Size: 273 pp.
  • ISBN: 9781119686156
  • Total size: 24 MB
  • Total number of pages: 273
  • Page size: x мм
  • Editor: Gabriel Feltran
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Copyright: John Wiley & Sons Limited
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