This paper will present the results of ethnographic work with the interest of public administrations, in what we might call "institutional production of disorder" is demonstrated. With this symbolic production-but-factual disorder, governments would enable the groundwork for future town planning and supervisory interventions against large sections of the population with special bitterness on the most undercapitalized groups. As imaginable, these distorted images, they can also assist in the institutional charge of the area, avoid their responsibility to treat those people as full subjects of law.
|Translated title of the contribution||The institutional production of disorder.: An ethnography of the residues in/and 'Barcelona Chinatown'|
|Journal||Scripta Nova: revista electrónica de geograf́ia y ciencias sociales|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|