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Políticas desenvolvimentistas e mulheres quebradeiras de coco babaçu: capturas contemporâneas / Developmentalist policies and babassu coconut-breaking women: contemporary catches / Políticas desarrollistas y las mujeres que rompen coco babaçu: capturas contemporáneas
Carvalho, Andressa Veras de; Macedo, João Paulo Sales.
  • Carvalho, Andressa Veras de; Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte. Natal. BR
  • Macedo, João Paulo Sales; Universidade Federal do Piauí. Parnaíba. BR
Psicol. ciênc. prof ; 43: e243813, 2023.
Article in Portuguese | LILACS, INDEXPSI | ID: biblio-1431124
RESUMO
Este estudo propõe analisar as relações e os processos de subjetivação de mulheres quebradeiras de coco babaçu decorrentes das intervenções de políticas desenvolvimentistas em seus territórios de vida e reverberações no Movimento Interestadual de Quebradeiras de Coco Babaçu (MIQCB). Sob a perspectiva ético-estético-política da Cartografia, acompanhamos as narrativas das histórias de vida de 24 mulheres, suas atividades cotidianas e eventos do MIQCB, também analisamos os documentos das políticas. Entendemos que, ao passo que tais políticas de desenvolvimento rural contribuem para a melhoria das condições de vida, em termos materiais e simbólicos, elas também produzem ressonâncias relacionadas ao modo de subjetivação do tipo "empresário de si", que agenciam seus modos de viver, de produzir e de se relacionar consigo e com os outros na lógica capitalista neoliberal. A resistência às capturas neoliberais também estão presentes ao ampliarem as mobilizações coletivas do próprio movimento, articulando com outros na produção de um "comum".(AU)
ABSTRACT
This study proposes to analyze the relations and the processes of subjectivation of babassu coconut-breaker women arising from developmental policy interventions in their territories of life and reverberations in the Babassu Coconut-breaker Interstate Movement (MIQCB). From the ethical-aesthetic-political perspective of Cartography, we followed the narratives of the life stories of 24 women, their daily activities and promoted events by MIQCB, we also analyzed the policy documents. We understand that while these policies of rural development contribute to improve the living conditions, in material and symbolic terms, they also produce resonances related to the "self-entrepreneur" mode of subjectivation, which has been handling their ways of living, producing, and relating to themselves and others in the neoliberal capitalist logic. Resistance to neoliberal captures is also present as they expand the collective mobilizations of the movement itself, articulating with others, in the production of a "common."(AU)
RESUMEN
Este estudio tiene como objetivo analizar los procesos de subjetivación de las mujeres que rompen coco babaçu que surgen de las intervenciones de las políticas de desarrollo en sus territorios de vida y las reverberaciones en el Movimiento Interestadual de las Mujeres que Rompen Coco Babaçu (MIQCB). Desde la perspectiva ético-estético-política de la Cartografía, seguimos las narraciones de las historias de vida de 24 mujeres, sus actividades diarias y eventos del MIQCB, y también analizamos los documentos de las políticas. Si bien estas políticas han contribuido a mejorar las condiciones de vida de las mujeres, en términos materiales y simbólicos, también han producido resonancias del modo de subjetivación "autoempresarial", que ha agenciado sus formas de vivir, producir y relacionarse consigo mismas y con los demás en la lógica capitalista neoliberal. La resistencia a las capturas neoliberales también está presente cuando amplían las movilizaciones colectivas del propio movimiento, articulándose con otros en la producción de un "común".(AU)
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Humans; Female; Growth and Development; Economics; Government; Politics; Poverty; Psychology; Psychology, Social; Public Policy; Retirement; Rural Population; Social Desirability; Social Justice; Social Problems; Social Sciences; Soil; Women's Rights; Wood; Health Policy, Planning and Management; Socioeconomic Planning; Social Control Policies; Legislation, Environmental; Brazil; Water; Exercise; Ethnicity; Economic Development; Agricultural Cultivation; Poverty Areas; Land Use; Rural Areas; Forests; Organizations; Environmental Health; Conflict of Interest; Workload; Family Planning Policy; Entrepreneurship; Agrochemicals; Interview; Collective Bargaining; Commerce; Crops, Agricultural; Environmental Management; Natural Resources Exploitation; Natural Resources; Renewable Resources; Natural Reservations; Flora; Conservation of Natural Resources; Cultural Diversity; Nature; Feminism; Extraction and Processing Industry; Natural Resources Management; Rural Economy; Capitalism; State; Public Power; Biodiversity; Agriculture; Efficiency; Environment; Environment and Public Health; Health Sciences, Technology, and Innovation Management; Projects; Job Market; Health Surveillance of Products; Control and Sanitary Supervision of Foods and Beverages; Foods Containing Coconut; Machinery; Sustainable Agriculture; Non-Renewable Resources; Agribusiness; Environmental Communication; Femininity; Environmental Policy; Small Business; Ethnic Violence; Sociological Factors; Food; Work-Life Balance; Political Activism; Stakeholder Participation; Socioeconomic Rights; Occupied Territories; Sustainable Development; Social Programs; Indigenous Peoples; Right to Work; Empowerment; Social Inclusion; Gender Equity; Gender Role; Social Vulnerability; Environmental Responsability; Socio-Environmental Responsibility; Diversity, Equity, Inclusion; Working Conditions; Wildlife Trade; Health Services Needs and Demand; Housing; Human Activities; Human Rights; Labor Unions; Life Change Events; Anthropology; Mining; Occupational Groups


Full text: Available Index: LILACS (Americas) Main subject: Growth and Development / Economics / Government Type of study: Health economic evaluation Limits: Female / Humans Country/Region as subject: South America / Brazil Language: Portuguese Journal: Psicol. ciênc. prof Journal subject: Psychology Year: 2023 Type: Article Affiliation country: Brazil Institution/Affiliation country: Universidade Federal do Piauí/BR / Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte/BR

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Full text: Available Index: LILACS (Americas) Main subject: Growth and Development / Economics / Government Type of study: Health economic evaluation Limits: Female / Humans Country/Region as subject: South America / Brazil Language: Portuguese Journal: Psicol. ciênc. prof Journal subject: Psychology Year: 2023 Type: Article Affiliation country: Brazil Institution/Affiliation country: Universidade Federal do Piauí/BR / Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte/BR