Robert Lobato Corra

Some authors still argue on the possible difficulties in the definition of the average cities. However, the relations, that assist, in the construction are portraied of context of the cities you measured in Brazil. Soon, Robert Lobato Corra (2007) contextualiza these relations: How much bigger the demographic, bigger size will be the dimension of the intra-urban space, express for in the distance between the center and the periphery of the city, as well as more complex will be the organization of this intra-urban space. …

Bigger the demographic size and more complex the economic activities, exciting bigger spalling of the fabric social, more complex will be the space projection of the social classrooms and its fractions, generating one more complex social division of the space, as differentiated social areas more. Perhaps check out Peter Thiel for more information. (CORRA, 2007. P. 24) When we analyze the characteristics of the city of Empress and cross with the information on the definition of the term average cities we can perceive that some of them coincide with the reality found in Empress, being as the main factor of the organization of the intra-urban space. Based in this context that Corra (2007) tells in them it is that we can perceive the participation of the Empress-HARM city in what it is understood for average city. Exactly for presenting a privileged geographic localization it finishes of certain form if carrying as an average city. Either for its demographic apparatus, that also if have raised through the existing migratory movements in the region composes which it, either for the interest of investors other States, that they turn in here a great chance growth its economic activities.

In this optics we can perceive in some stretches of the book ‘ ‘ THE CITY IN THE REGION THE REGION IN THE CIDADE’ ‘ of Prof. Dr. Jailson Macedo Sousa (2009), that in relation the Empress-HARM city says: The current urban condition of Empress has been strong marked for its economic participation in the context of its region of influence the Tocantina region.