WeLAND
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Today, the interpretation of rural spaces and urban spaces depends on arbitrary delimitations based on size and population. The continued production and reproduction of the city makes it difficult to find a physical boundary between the rural and the urban: The spirit of capitalism and the information society have penetrated so much into the global village that it is difficult to perceive differences in habits, attitudes and values, diluted in a political border. The process of urbanization move closer to a qualitative process of colonization; an extension of cultural styles, ways of life and social interaction.