Visualizing social inequality

The accessibility of social infrastructure
(Pending editorial review)
Brasil ()
The role of this project is not as an object but as an investigation tool that can empower share views and debates about the inequality of social infrastructure in the city of São Paulo, Brazil. Population densification means intensification of the land use and occupation, so the following questions are being explored: which districts in the city show high levels of social infrastructure? Which ones are falling behind?
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Carolina Passos (18 May 2017)


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