Title of Dissertation: "URBAN LAND REGULARIZATION POLICY IN THE AMAZON IN PARTICULARITY OF MUNICIPALITIES IN PARAENSE (ORIXIMINÁ, FARO, SÃO SEBASTIÃO DA BOA VISTA AND SOURE): LIMITS AND POSSIBILITIES"
Student: TAMARA DE SOUZA NASCIMENTO
Abstract: This dissertation aims to investigate the limits and possibilities of urban land regularization in the Amazon, in the particularity of the municipalities of Pará (Faro, Oriximiná, São Sebastião da Boa Vista and Soure) considering the question of dominion, in view of the regional and environmental urban diversity. Thus, the proposal to study the question of dominionality for urban land regularization processes in the Amazon is intended to apprehend the historical construction of land dominion; identify the limits and possibilities of urban land regularization in Pará municipalities, considering their urban, regional and environmental diversity; and to contribute to the advancement of studies and research on land tenure and urban regularization in the Amazon, with a view to securing land tenure and housing. The research is based on the method of historical and dialectical materialism, having as a methodological procedure the bibliographic survey, followed by the documentary and field survey. Thus, the documental research was divided into two moments: a) the survey of the legislation pertinent to the housing policy, and more precisely of the urban land regularization policy for the national territory and the state of Pará; b) survey and analysis of intervention plans/projects for the Amazon Region and specifically for the municipalities of the state of Pará – Local Plans for Housing of Social Interest (PLHIS): Faro, Oriximiná, São Sebastião da Boa Vista and Soure; in the field research, a semi-structured interview was carried out with 04 (four) technicians, 2 (two) from the municipality of Soure and 2 (two) from the municipality of Oriximiná. The survey results point to low institutional capacity; the lack of dialogue between the different management instances; the lack of infrastructure; the high rate of housing inadequacy; disorderly population growth; and the question of who owns land ownership as an obstacle to regularization processes, taking into account the urban, regional and environmental diversity present in the territories.
KEYWORDS: Urban Land Regularization. dominance. Regional and environmental urban diversity. Pará municipalities.
Prof.ª Dr.ª JOANA VALENTE SANTANA (Orientadora) - UFPA
Prof.ª Dr.ª ROVAINE RIBEIRO (Avaliadora Interna) – UFPA
Prof.ª Dra.ª BETINA AHLERT (Avaliadora Externa) – UFMT
Local: Sala Multimeios FAAD/ICSA