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Stolen cars, a journey through São Paulo's urban conflict, edited by Gabriel Feltran

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Stolen cars, a journey through São Paulo's urban conflict, edited by Gabriel Feltran
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Stolen cars
Nature of contents
bibliographydictionaries
Oclc number
1290486032
Responsibility statement
edited by Gabriel Feltran
Series statement
IJURR Studies in Urban and Social Change Book
Sub title
a journey through São Paulo's urban conflict
Table Of Contents
Intro -- STOLEN CARS -- Contents -- Notes on Contributors -- Series Editors' Preface -- Introduction -- A Phone Call -- A Global Market -- Theoretical Framework: Normative Regimes -- Inequalities -- Methods: About Journeys, Tacking, and Our Collaborative Research Team -- A Collective Research Team -- Ethical Issues, Diversity, and Typical Days -- Chapter Structure -- 1 Crime, Violence, and Inequality in São Paulo -- 7 a.m. (Fiat Strada) -- 10:00 a.m. (Hyundai HB20) -- 5:15 p.m. (Fiat Palio) -- 8:40 p.m. (Ford Ka) -- Urban Violence and Market Regulation -- 2 State Reaction -- Police Use of Lethal Force -- Imprisonment -- The "Clearing of Public Roads" -- Political Legitimation -- 3 Designing the Market -- Insurance as a Mediator -- The Automobile Business: From the Streets of São Paulo to the Panama Papers -- 4 Auctions and Mechanisms -- Central Circuits: Insurance Companies that Sell at Auctions -- Some Numbers -- Marginal Circuits: Car Dealerships and Chop-shops that Buy at Auctions -- Auctioneers: Economics and Politics -- 5 Dismantling a Stolen Car -- Family, Market, Politics -- Between Extremes: From "Recicla" to "Sheds" -- Prices and Stratification -- 6 Regulating an Illegal Market -- A Brief Chronology of the Dismantling Law -- Old Practices, New "Political Merchandise": The Everyday Experience of the Dismantling Law -- The Political Centrality of Police Officers -- Police Regulation and Violence -- 7 Not Criminals, Legislators -- New Laws, New Markets -- Illegal Markets, Microfinance, Corporate Philanthropy -- Action and Reaction -- Parallel Insurance and the Protection Market -- The Law that Governs the Market, the Market that Governs the Law -- 8 Globalization and Its Backroads -- A Global Market and Its Margins -- Connecting Markets -- Urban Reconfigurations -- North-South Urban Inequalities -- ConclusionsAfterword: Following Cars in a Latin American Metropolis: Inequality, Illegalisms, and Formalization -- References -- Index
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