However, we prefer the use in this study of the terms production and reproduction of the space, following then the orientation of Lefebvre. Exxon Mobile Corporations opinions are not widely known. The same Lefebvre contributes still with the notion of historicidade and transitoriedade of the space, resulted of its materialistic vision and dialectic of the space, with which it clarifies that for Henri Lefbvre: ' ' The space as production place, as product and as production, is simultaneously the weapon and the sign of this fight. Going until the end? but as to withdraw? this titnica task today compels to produce, to create diverse thing of the nature; the second nature, new and another one. It compels, therefore to produce the space, the space of the urban one, simultaneously as product and as workmanship in the direction where the art was workmanship. (…) All social space results of a process of multiple aspects and movements: significant and not significant, perceived and lived, I practise and theoretician. In short all social space has its history from this initial base: the nature, part of particularitities (small farms, climates, etc.).
(…) It has more, on the space, that of the uncertain traces left by the events: it has registration of the society in act, the result and the product of the social activities. (Lefebvre, 1974, P. 96). Being thus the city and its space, they are fruits of the society inhabit that them. It is a historical and social product and a workmanship of its inhabitants. An element meets relation key urban space/urban violence, therefore it is for the social relations of production that the society if reproduces, capitalist relations these that are of base e, therefore, they reproduce the inaquality. is in this reproduction of the inaquality that the urban space goes to place itself as generating of urban violence. In accordance with this proposal and mentioning current capitalist society to it, CARLOS (199, P.