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Os portugueses na Venezuela
Gomes,Nancy;
Rela??es Internacionais (R:I) , 2009,
Abstract: in venezuela there is approximately half a million of portuguese. with the exception of brazil, this is the largest portuguese community in latin america. fully integrated in venezuelan society and with a relevant stand in terms of their role in the local economy, today the portuguese in venezuela reclaim a more active role of the portuguese government in terms of the defence of their interests. issues such as security and trade are subjects of the main concern of the portuguese of venezuela. if to strengthen the ibero-american axis is today one of the main goals of portuguese foreign policy, it must pass necessarily by institutionalizing historical, cultural and human relations dating more than 500 years ago, as well as strengthening forms of cooperation, not only political and economical but also educational and cultural.
Diasbola: futebol e emigra??o portuguesa
Tiesler,Nina Clara;
Etnográfica , 2012,
Abstract: this paper serves as an introduction to the dossier “football and portuguese emigration” at providing comparative insights into the findings of the international research project diasbola which analysed the role of football among portuguese emigrants and luso-descendents in eight diasporic settings. the aim was to qualify football in comparison to other cultural elements which are used by migrants to connect to their country of origin, and in the invention and performance of portugueseness and community-building processes. we had started with the hypothesis that football, which is a major cultural and social phenomenon in portuguese society, represents an especially strong element in the emigrant’s culture of everyday life and is a crucial point of reference to their origins. deriving from ethnographic material, results clearly confirm this hypothesis, but counter its somewhat encapsulating connotation: while football in its social formation and its possible functions is shaped by each particular diasporic context, it also provides dynamics which shape such contexts and conditions.
Os futebolistas invisíveis: os portugueses em Fran?a e o futebol
Pereira,Victor;
Etnográfica , 2012,
Abstract: in 2009, at least 205 “portuguese soccer teams” existed in france. this number demonstrates that soccer has been a “deep play” among portuguese in france. soccer helped the migrants to adapt themselves to an urban environment and to french modern society. it is also a valued “cultural good”. portuguese migrants invented a savoir-faire that permitted them to reach a certain social recognition. furthermore, soccer has been very important regarding the relationship between fathers and sons, which must be seen as a particular link in the migration context. portuguese fathers transmitted their passion for soccer and their fervent interest for portuguese soccer teams to their sons. many times this passion was synonymous with the transmission of a portuguese identity.
Os portugueses na Venezuela The Portuguese community in Venezuela
Nancy Gomes
Rela??es Internacionais (R:I) , 2009,
Abstract: Na Venezuela, há aproximadamente meio milh o de portugueses. Trata-se da segunda maior comunidade portuguesa na America Latina, a seguir ao Brasil. Perfeitamente integrados na sociedade venezuelana e desde o ponto de vista da actividade económica, os portugueses na Venezuela hoje exigem um papel mais activo do Governo portugues na defesa dos seus interesses. Assuntos como a seguranca e o comércio s o alvo das principais preocupac es dos portugueses na Venezuela. Refor ar o eixo ibero-americano, um dos principais objectivos da política externa de Portugal hoje, passa necessariamente pela institucionaliza o de uma rela o histórica, cultural mas tambem humana de mais de quinhentos anos, assim como pelo reforco da coopera o nas áreas, política e económica, mas tambem educativa e cultural. In Venezuela there is approximately half a million of Portuguese. With the exception of Brazil, this is the largest Portuguese community in Latin America. Fully integrated in Venezuelan society and with a relevant stand in terms of their role in the local economy, today the Portuguese in Venezuela reclaim a more active role of the Portuguese Government in terms of the defence of their interests. Issues such as security and trade are subjects of the main concern of the Portuguese of Venezuela. If to strengthen the Ibero-American axis is today one of the main goals of Portuguese foreign policy, it must pass necessarily by institutionalizing historical, cultural and human relations dating more than 500 years ago, as well as strengthening forms of cooperation, not only political and economical but also educational and cultural.
Contributo para tra?ar o perfil do público leitor do Real Gabinete Português de Leitura: 1837-1847
Azevedo, Fabiano Cataldo;
Ciência da Informa??o , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-19652008000200002
Abstract: the objective of this research is to identify the criteria which brought forth the selection policy of the collection of royal portuguese cabinet of reading and to establish the selection policy used by the cabinet. through an exploratory-descriptive approach and utilization of the collection characteristics, this article delineates the profile of the reader in the period of 1837-1847, and also identifies some other classes of readers and their reading.
Do fado ao tango: A emigra??o portuguesa para a Regi?o Platina
Carreiras,Helena; Malamud,Andrés; Padilla,Beatriz; Xavier,Maria; Bussola,Diego;
Sociologia, Problemas e Práticas , 2007,
Abstract: the significance of spanish and italian emigration in the constitution of the national societies of latin america?s southern cone is well known; in contrast, much less is known about the portuguese emigration, especially in the spanish-speaking countries of argentina and uruguay. this article explores the migratory dynamics and the characteristics of the portuguese emigrants in the river plate, a region that encompasses uruguay, the littoral provinces of argentina and three states in southern brazil. after an introduction to the historical and geographic features of the region, we present a succinct analysis of the migratory processes that populated it between the midle of the xixth century and the end of the xxth century. we single out the migratory policies of origin and destiny and advance a periodisation of the migratory flows originating from portugal. next, we suggest a series of elements to characterize the portuguese and portuguese-descendent communities and their associative dynamics. the article ends with some comparative reflections.
Diasbola: futebol e emigra o portuguesa Diasbola: football and Portuguese emigration
Nina Clara Tiesler
Etnográfica , 2012,
Abstract: O artigo serve de introdu o ao dossiê “Futebol e emigra o portuguesa”, proporcionando uma vis o comparativa das conclus es do projeto de investiga o internacional Diasbola, dedicado ao papel do futebol entre emigrantes portugueses e luso-descendentes de oito contextos diaspóricos. O objetivo foi caracterizar o futebol em compara o com outros elementos culturais utilizados pelos migrantes como meios de liga o ao seu país de origem, em processos de constru o de comunidade e performance de “portugalidade”. Partimos da hipótese de que o futebol, que constitui um importante fenómeno sociocultural na sociedade portuguesa, representa um elemento particularmente poderoso na vida cultural quotidiana dos emigrantes, bem como um ponto de referência crucial na liga o destes ao seu local de origem. Sustentados por material etnográfico, os resultados da investiga o confirmam claramente esta hipótese, mas contradizem a sua conota o algo restrita ou unilateral: embora a forma o social e as diversas fun es do futebol sejam moldadas por cada contexto diaspórico particular, este fenómeno proporciona também uma dinamica que dá forma a tais contextos e condi es. This paper serves as an introduction to the dossier “Football and Portuguese emigration” at providing comparative insights into the findings of the international research project Diasbola which analysed the role of football among Portuguese emigrants and luso-descendents in eight diasporic settings. The aim was to qualify football in comparison to other cultural elements which are used by migrants to connect to their country of origin, and in the invention and performance of Portugueseness and community-building processes. We had started with the hypothesis that football, which is a major cultural and social phenomenon in Portuguese society, represents an especially strong element in the emigrant’s culture of everyday life and is a crucial point of reference to their origins. Deriving from ethnographic material, results clearly confirm this hypothesis, but counter its somewhat encapsulating connotation: while football in its social formation and its possible functions is shaped by each particular diasporic context, it also provides dynamics which shape such contexts and conditions.
Os futebolistas invisíveis: os portugueses em Fran a e o futebol The invisible soccer player: Portuguese in France and soccer
Victor Pereira
Etnográfica , 2012,
Abstract: Em 2009, existiam pelo menos 205 clubes de futebol portugueses em Fran a. Este número demonstra que o futebol tem um “sentido profundo” para os portugueses emigrados em Fran a. O futebol ajudou os migrantes a adaptarem-se a um ambiente urbano e à sociedade moderna francesa. Também constitui um “bem cultural”. Os portugueses inventaram um savoir-faire que lhes permitiu atingir um certo reconhecimento social. O futebol também é muito importante na rela o entre pais e filhos, uma rela o muito particular no contexto da migra o. Muitos pais portugueses transmitiram aos filhos a sua paix o pelo futebol e o seu interesse pelos clubes portugueses. Muitas vezes, esta paix o foi sinónimo da transmiss o de uma identidade portuguesa. In 2009, at least 205 “Portuguese soccer teams” existed in France. This number demonstrates that soccer has been a “deep play” among Portuguese in France. Soccer helped the migrants to adapt themselves to an urban environment and to French modern society. It is also a valued “cultural good”. Portuguese migrants invented a savoir-faire that permitted them to reach a certain social recognition. Furthermore, soccer has been very important regarding the relationship between fathers and sons, which must be seen as a particular link in the migration context. Portuguese fathers transmitted their passion for soccer and their fervent interest for Portuguese soccer teams to their sons. Many times this passion was synonymous with the transmission of a Portuguese identity.
Portuguese Women: Entrepreneurs in Sao Paulo City  [PDF]
Maria Elisa de Almeida Mariz, Lucia Maria Machado Bógus
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.24034
Abstract: This paper presents the trajectory of Portuguese female immigrants who came to the city of Sao Paulo in the last two decades of 20th century and records their surviving strategies, initially looking for work and subsequently as entrepreneurs in their own business: restaurants, travel agency, fado singer, and others. Its primary aim is to identify, from their narratives, the entrepreneurship level of these women and the capital stock equity of their ownership, use, and from which they could be able to develop over four decades living in this huge metropolis. In this context, it is also sought the way social networks supporting their arrival were accessed during their period adapting to the city and on performing their business ventures. The analytical and interpretative path from the face to face interviews with these Portuguese immigrants allows us to conclude that social capital is an extremely relevant resource to entrepreneurship.
Emigra??o, retorno e reemigra??o na primeira metade do século XX
Oliveira,Isabel Tiago de;
Análise Social , 2007,
Abstract: this research compares legal emigration and net migration in portugal between 1890 and 1970. the difference between these migration indicators shows the relative significance of movements unaccounted for in the official statistics: return, re-emigration, illegal emigration, and movements to and from the colonies. this analysis suggests that return and re-emigration were more significant up to 1940, and that since that time illegal emigration and departures to the colonies have taken over.
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