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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.16.2018.tde-13062017-122447
Document
Author
Full name
Tatiana Urbanovik Brandimiller
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2017
Supervisor
Committee
Royer, Luciana de Oliveira (President)
Carvalho, Celso Santos
Ferrara, Luciana Nicolau
Title in Portuguese
Programa de regularização fundiária sustentável de assentamentos irregulares de São Bernardo do Campo: avanços e desafios ao processo de regularização fundiária no âmbito da política habitacional municipal
Keywords in Portuguese
Política habitacional
Regularização fundiária de interesse social
São Bernardo do Campo
Abstract in Portuguese
A pesquisa pretende identificar e analisar criticamente os avanços trazidos e os desafios enfrentados na implementação do Programa de Regularização Fundiária Sustentável no município de São Bernardo do Campo, estado de São Paulo. Ao abordar a regularização fundiária, a pesquisa busca compreender o seu papel como política pública estratégica na promoção do acesso à moradia e à cidade por parte da população de baixa renda. A intenção do trabalho é contribuir para construção de um panorama crítico às diferentes compreensões e proposições de atuação sobre a Regularização Fundiária de Interesse Social. Para tanto, problematiza a questão em suas diversas acepções e concepções, abordando criticamente e relacionando-a às diferentes correntes de pensamento sobre o tema. Além do aporte conceitual e da literatura específica, contribui para a pesquisa as experiências profissionais vividas pela autora ao longo dos últimos cinco anos na implementação dessa política pública no município de São Bernardo do Campo.
Title in English
Program of sustainable environmental regularization of irregular settings of São Bernardo do Campo: advances and challenges to the process of environmental regularization in the framework of municipal housing policy
Keywords in English
Housing policy
São Bernardo do Campo
The Land Tenure Regularization of Social Interest
Abstract in English
The research aims to critically identify and analyse the advances brought and the challenges faced in the implementation of a Sustainable Land Tenure Regularization Program in the municipality of São Bernardo do Campo, state of São Paulo. When addressing land tenure regularization, the research seeks to understand its role as a public policy strategic in the promotion of access to housing and to the city by the low-income population. The intention of the paper is to contribute to the construction of a panorama critical to the different understandings and propositions of action about the Land Tenure Regularization of Social Interest. To do so, it problematizes the issue in its various meanings and conceptions, critically approaching and relating it to the different lines of thought on the subject. Besides the conceptual addition and specific literature, contributes to the research the professional experiences of the author over the past five years in the implementation of this public policy in the municipality of São Bernardo do Campo.
 
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2018-01-10
 
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