Yes, for certain, at least for plenty of people.
For living in an area devoid of practically all of social facilities, such people are certainly thought to be unlearned, jobless and chiefly associated to narcotraffic, which rules many shantytowns worldwide, and unavoidably the result is the prejudice against their denizens
Yes, for sure. Slum-related stigma was created in Brazil, associated with this territory to crime. The consequence was that the trafficking was placed as parallel power, diminishing.
Um estigma relacionado à favela foi criado no Brasil, associado a esse território o crime. A consequência foi que o tráfico foi colocado como poder paralelo, diminuindo.
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