Banca de QUALIFICAÇÃO: ANA CATARINA ALVES COUTINHO

Uma banca de QUALIFICAÇÃO de DOUTORADO foi cadastrada pelo programa.
STUDENT : ANA CATARINA ALVES COUTINHO
DATE: 25/05/2020
TIME: 11:00
LOCAL: PPGTUR
TITLE:

ROLE OF PERCEPTION OF FEAR OF CRIME IN THE FORMULATION OF PUBLIC POLICIES OF LOCAL TOURIST DEVELOPMENT


KEY WORDS:

Development. Tourism. Violence. Fear of Crime. Natal/RN


PAGES: 99
BIG AREA: Ciências Sociais Aplicadas
AREA: Turismo
SUMMARY:

The society transition that occurs with the modernity is marked by a surrender in search of freedom in favor of security. What is contradictory is that there was an inversion of values. It is identified that in the name of freedom there was too much surrender to security and with it, the creation of social control mechanisms through their fear. The fear of crime permeates a structure of social and cultural organization and, therefore, political organization. And tourism as a dynamic element of this freedom appears with prerogatives of social improvements. Despite this, the emphasis of tourism is on strictly economic strategies that delimit spaces and relationships for its use. Understanding how public policies are structured to combat the perception of fear of crime in tourist destinations becomes a challenge in the face of the complexity of the contemporary world. More than that, how strategies for solving it can be thought. Based on the above, this thesis has as its starting question: How have urban development policies have impacted on the socio-spatial dynamics of tourism and the perception of fear of crime? To answer this question, we outlined three specific objectives: a) To identify and discuss theories about fear of crime and the relationship with the socio-spatial dynamics of tourism; b) Analyze the perception of fear of crime and contextualize it with the statistical data of violent crimes on the metropolitan coast of Natal RN; and c) Identify and analyze the main policies of public urban intervention that are related to tourism and security in the metropolitan coast of Natal/RN and contextualize with the perception of fear of crime. This research takes a methodological path through the look of complexity using post-structuralist theories to discuss the fear of crime on the metropolitan coast of Natal/RN. This region has been the scene of a growing scenario of insecurity and fear in recent years, being considered one of the most violent capitals in Brazil. Furthermore, it sees urban structural changes in tourism, encouraged by neoliberal policies. For this stage, documentary data from the Observatory of Violence Research Network (OBVIO) was analyzed during the period from 2011 to 2019 and held a theoretical discussion of the main concepts in addition to the methodological construction of field research. Followed by a normative structure, this thesis is structured in three main chapters, in each one it presents summary, introduction, development, conclusions followed by its references.


BANKING MEMBERS:
Externo à Instituição - JOSÉ LUIZ DE AMORIM RATTON JÚNIOR - UFPE
Interno - 2578221 - MOZART FAZITO REZENDE FILHO
Presidente - 2806096 - WILKER RICARDO DE MENDONCA NOBREGA
Notícia cadastrada em: 11/05/2020 17:18
SIGAA | Superintendência de Tecnologia da Informação - | | Copyright © 2006-2023 - UFRN - sigaa01-producao.info.ufrn.br.sigaa01-producao