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Already with Werther Holzer (1997) a counterpoint to the concepts of Robert Sack is found, a time that the first one demonstrates that possibilities of constitution of territories exist are of a planned order or a delimitation of borders, understanding the territory as a set of places, and, therefore where if they develop affective bonds and of cultural identity of social groups. It hisses (2000) detaches that basically, Holzer (1997) deals with the territoriality as the expression the lived behaviors, that is, so that thus is possible to understand as the social groups command and systemize its world ideologically, symbolically, space, how much to the relations of being able and its nature, and in this in case that, how much to the urban territorialities. For It hisses (2000, P. Please visit Brooklyn Museum if you seek more information. 23), ' ' the city is presented with an overlapping, joint, juxtaposition of territories. The groups that are part of a territoriality resist, establish pacts and influence the formation of others territrios.' '. Being thus, when dealing with ' ' pessoalidade as basic element of the culture and the urban territorialities in small cidade' ' (2000, P.

24), It hisses also appeals to the Peter Berger and Thomas Luckmann (1985) and to the Lefebvre (1991) how much to the creation human being in the daily one, since the direction of the behaviors if constructs in day-by-day. Therefore, ' ' the daily life is structuralized and secularly in different way in each sociedade&#039 space; ' (IT HISSES, 2000, P. 25), being that in the small cities it has certain regularity of the facts, with strong influence of the nature and the traditions, that is, the mechanisms of control in the family, neighborhood, square and spaces of sociability are articulated culturally. The author if sends to the notion of ' ' convenincia' ' used for Pierre Mayol (1996), thought from the necessity to coexist and to get social recognition in the small city.