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|Title:||Spatial segregation: The persistent and structural features of exclusionary policies|
|Citation:||Pereira, P. (2021). Spatial segregation: The persistent and structural features of exclusionary policies. In W. Leal Filho, A. M. Azul, L. Brandli, A. Lange Salvia, P. G. Özuyar, & T. Wall (Eds.), Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions: Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (pp.1-9). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71066-2_21-1. Repositório Institucional UPT. http://hdl.handle.net/11328/4029|
|Abstract:||Spatial segregation is the visible result of deliberate policies aimed at insulating groups of people away from the rest of society in neighborhoods or whole regions. Literature includes different terms for spatial segregation, such as ghetto, ethnic enclave, gated community, suburb, exurb, inner city, or edge city (Brown and Chung 2006) across a wide range of specific situations. Louf and Barthelemy (2016) would add that “segregation” equates to any spatial distribution of population that deviates from a random distribution. [...]|
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