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"Popula??es tradicionais" e a prote??o dos recursos naturais em unidades de conserva??o
Arruda, Rinaldo;
Ambiente & Sociedade , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-753X1999000200007
Abstract: this paper analyzes the assumed opposition between traditional populations and the natural resources conservation needs, evaluating critically the characteristics of the effective environmental preservation policies in brazil, centered on the creation of conservation units of a restrictive character regarding human occupation. in order to overcome the misunderstandings of this model, the paper proposes another path: that of the inclusion of the rural populations perspective in the conservation concept and of the investment in the recognition of their identity, in the legitimation of their knowledge, in the improvement of their life conditions, and in the guarantee of their participation in the construction of a politics of conservation in which they are also benefitted.
Teoria das representa??es sociais e teorias de gênero
Arruda, Angela;
Cadernos de Pesquisa , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-15742002000300007
Abstract: this text intends to offer a brief panorama of the social psychological theory of social representations and establishes some links with the feminist theories of gender. it will thus present the origin and the basis of moscovici's theory, its variations and some converging points in relation to feminist theories.
Teoria das representa??es sociais e ciências sociais: transito e atravessamentos
Arruda, Angela;
Sociedade e Estado , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-69922009000300006
Abstract: this text intends to pinpoint the relationship between the psychosocial theory of social representations by serge moscovici and the social sciences, based on the characterization of this theory as an interpenetrative approach between psychology and sociology. firstly, the transit between psychology-social psychology and sociology will be briefly presented as one of the elements that explain the intertwining of the theory of social representations (tsr) and social sciences. next, it will be indicated how this intertwining is present in moscovici's approach and how the tsr cannot escape it. the author's argument is that the relationship between these two fields is based on the conception of the social in moscovici's thought, which does not neglect the importance of psychological aspects for social facts as well. the text concludes with some examples of research works that illustrate this point of view.
Rios e governos no Estado do Paraná: pontes, "for?a hydraúlica" e a era das barragens (1853-1940)
Arruda, Gilmar;
Varia Historia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-87752008000100008
Abstract: by using mainly the presidential annual reports of the province and the state of paraná as documental sources, this work aims at examining how the rivers in the paraná area are mentioned in the state governors' actions between 1854 and the 1940's. in some actions the rivers had great visibility, seen as ways or ?hydraulic force"; in others, they completely disappear behind transposition techniques, like ferry-boats and bridges. the bridges or dams are specific moments in the history of the relationship between man and nature, indicating the ways of appropriation of such a natural element by the society.
Sugarcane transcriptome: A landmark in plant genomics in the tropics
Arruda Paulo
Genetics and Molecular Biology , 2001,
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Santo de casa n o faz milagre: os sentidos da devo o na paróquia de S o Judas Tadeu do bairro do Jabaquara, SP
Bianca Arruda
Religi?o & Sociedade , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/s0100-85872007000200012
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Non-material heritage: citizenship and heritage of the common people
Gilmar Arruda
Diálogos , 2010, DOI: 10.4025/dialogos.v10i3.78
Abstract: The definition and the constitution of non-material national cultural heritage are debated. Strategy consists of the following steps: first, the historical process within which national heritage arose as a legitimate form of the modern nation state; second, the manner by which a social group’s traditions were transformed into a national and collective heritage. A brief exposition on the concept of non-material heritage and its history in Brazil will be given, followed by an analysis of the process which saw the birth of the Brazilian modern nation state and the construction of a belonging feeling through culture and nature. Non-material heritage, as the heritage of the common folks, will be finally debated so that the relationships between its establishment and the consolidation of citizenship in Brazil may be evaluated. La principal preocupación de este artículo es debatir sobre los posibles significados de la reciente definición y constitución del patrimonio cultural inmaterial nacional. Para ello, en primer lugar, se tratará de entender el proceso histórico del surgimiento del patrimonio nacional como una forma de legitimación de la nueva figura histórica, o sea, del Estado nacional moderno. En segundo lugar, se buscará analizar cómo la tradición de un determinado grupo social se transformó en patrimonio colectivo y nacional. Luego, se realizará una breve exposición sobre el concepto de patrimonio inmaterial y su trayectoria en Brasil, a la vez que se analizará el proceso de surgimiento del Estado nacional moderno en Brasil y la repercusión de ello en la construcción del sentimiento de pertenencia a través de la cultura y la naturaleza. Finalmente, se retomará el debate sobre patrimonio inmaterial en cuanto “patrimonio de los sin recursos” con el fin de evaluar las relaciones entre su establecimiento y la ampliación de la ciudadanía en Brasil. A principal preocupa o deste trabalho é debater os possíveis significados da recente defini o e constitui o do patrim nio cultural imaterial nacional. A estratégia seguida é, primeiro, entender o processo histórico do surgimento do patrim nio nacional como forma de legitima o da nova figura histórica – o Estado-Na o moderno; em seguida, como a tradi o de determinado grupo social transformou-se em patrim nio coletivo, nacional. Após, será realizada uma breve exposi o sobre o conceito de patrim nio imaterial e sua trajetória no Brasil e uma análise do processo de surgimento do Estado-Na o moderno no Brasil e seus desdobramentos na constru o do sentimento de pertencimento, através da cultura e da natureza
The ‘great transformation’ and the cultural biota of populations in movement
Gilmar Arruda
Diálogos , 2011, DOI: 10.4025/dialogos.v14i2.466
Abstract: Colonial chroniclers, and later historians, noticed that since colonial times, the “Brazilian being” is a man on the move. They lived on the roads like ants, one said. A society in movement, said another. Until 1850, hundreds of thousands had been forced to cross the South Atlantic. Between the mid-19th century and the first decades of the 20th century, millions crossed the Atlantic; thousands migrated by force from the north to the southeast during the boom in coffee crops. Between 1930 and 1950, hundreds of thousands moved to Paraná. During the 1940s and 50s, thousands more were forced to walk from the northeast to the southeast due to the climate. Between 1960 and 1980, nearly 40 million Brazilians moved from the countryside to the cities and from small towns to large cities, from the south/southeast to the center-north and north. These are populations in movement through space. In each movement, these populations take with them their cultural biota and cause changes to the destination biome, changing its frontiers. The territory where were live today consists of layers upon layers of landscapes built by these populations in movement through space. Plants, animals, insects, germs, techniques and memories are documents of this process that originated our cities. A hundred years ago, it was wilderness; it has been transformed into the landscape of soybean/wheat/sugarcane. Coffee came from Ethiopia, soybeans from China, wheat from Asia, and sugarcane from India. The viruses to be combated were malaria, yellow fever, impaludism. They were stationary viruses. Nowadays, viruses literally fly along with populations. The field of history can no longer renounce the dialogue between space, populations and time. Los cronistas coloniales y, más tarde, los historiadores, notaron que desde el período colonial el “ser brasile o” equivalía a un hombre en desplazamiento. Vivían en los caminos como hormigas, afirmaba uno de ellos. Sociedad en movimiento, decía otro. Hasta 1850, centenas de miles habían sido forzados a cruzar el Atlántico Sur. Entre mediados del siglo XIX y las primeras décadas del XX, millones atravesaron el Océano. Miles fueron obligados a migrar del norte al sureste durante la expansión del cultivo de café. Entre 1930 y 1950, centenas de miles se desplazaron al Estado de Paraná. En las décadas de ’40 y ’50, nuevos grupos fueron empujados a caminar del nordeste al sureste como consecuencia del clima. Entre 1960 y 1980, cerca de 40 millones de brasile os migraron del campo a la ciudad, de las ciudades peque as a las grandes, del sursureste a la región
Men and arms: Campo Grande and the civilization process Os homens e as suas armas: campo grande e o processo civilizatório
Gilmar Arruda
Diálogos , 2010, DOI: 10.4025/dialogos.v3i1.293
Abstract: The relationship between the construction of a modern nation state, with its characteristic intervention in the national territory and its population, as through railways construction, and the impact on hinterland towns, as Campo Grande – MS of the present century, is discussed in this article. Este artigo discute as rela es entre a constru o do Estado-Na o moderno, com suas características de interven o sobre o território nacional e sua popula o, com a constru o de ferrovias, Poe exemplo, e os impactos causados em pequenas cidades do interior do País: a cidade de Campo Grande-MS, no início do século.
Reprodu o e sexualidade no imaginário brasileiro: da coloniza o ao surgimento da na o
Angela Arruda
Estudos de Sociologia , 2007,
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