Características de la marginalidad urbana: el caso del Estado de Oaxaca
AbstractAny conventional poverty line, determined from the purchase power standard ought to establish distinctions inside the essential expenditures, defining that poverty line, in the urban space as well as in the countryside. Migration flows toward cities are the result of employment composition. Farming activities are developed in rural fields, meanwhile industrial and service ones are achieved in urban spaces. Urban expansion has a diversifying capability for income and occupational structure. Marginalization is related to the anarchical urban growing, one of which consequences is that population groups can be found at the periphery, searching for job or carrying out low productivity activities.
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Urban expansion; marginalization; poverty; rural exodus;
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