Organização e estratégias de desenvolvimento rural a partir das relações de gênero: estudo de caso do Assentamento 8 de Junho, Laranjeiras do Sul/PR
Author(s)Campos, Francieli do Rocio de
Contributor(s)Staduto, Jefferson Andronio Ramundo
Wadi, Yonissa Marmitt
Magalhães, Reginaldo Sales
Bidarra, Zelimar Soares
Relações de gênero
Assentamento rural - Laranjeiras do Sul (PR)
Movimentos sociais rurais
Mulheres no desenvolvimento rural
Poder (Ciências sociais)
CNPQ::CIENCIAS SOCIAIS APLICADAS::ECONOMIA::ECONOMIAS AGRARIA E DOS RECURSOS NATURAIS::ECONOMIA AGRARIA
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This work aims to analyze the participation of women and men within the rural Settlement on 8 June, located in Laranjeiras do Sul PR. Reflective of a proposal on the empowerment of women in the productive end reproductive contribution within the family, observed gender relations, sexual division of labor, family structure, social and political organization of the settlement. In this sense, the work seeks to investigate the factors that contributed to the emergence of the community s social capital, as well as to the historical reconstruction of the camp and settlement from the perspective of gender relations and in the context of rural development. Therefore, this work under the theoretical background on social movements, among them: the landless, the rural workers and rural organization, seeking to enter this dynamic nuances in the territorial end productive diversification to understand the factors that extend to the rural development settlement on 8 June. And, in examining this process, the results showed incipient empowerment of women in male disempowerment consequence, due to the social processes experienced by most families during camp and also their inclusion in activities outside the property. In that order, so women have assumed negligible power in dividing the property or with their partner and children.
Este trabalho tem por objetivo analisar a participação da mulher e do homem no espaço do Assentamento rural 8 de Junho, localizado em Laranjeiras do Sul PR. Numa proposta reflexiva sobre o empoderamento da mulher no espaço produtivo e sua contribuição no espaço reprodutivo das famílias, observado as relações de gênero, divisão sexual do trabalho, estrutura familiar, organização social e política do assentamento. Neste sentido, o trabalho busca investigar os fatores que contribuíram para emergir o capital social da comunidade, bem como, fazer a reconstituição histórica do acampamento e assentamento na ótica das relações de gênero e no contexto do desenvolvimento rural. Para tanto, este trabalho parte do embasamento teórico acerca dos movimentos sociais, dentre eles: o sem terra, o de trabalhadores rurais e organização rural, buscando inserir essas nuances na dinâmica territorial e diversificação produtiva para entender os fatores que se estendem ao desenvolvimento rural do Assentamento 8 de Junho. E, ao examinar tal processo os resultados apontaram incipiente empoderamento da mulher em consequencia o desempoderamento masculino, decorrente dos processos sociais vividos por grande parte das famílias no período do acampamento e, também, da sua inserção nas atividades extra-propriedade. De tal ordem, as mulheres de modo ínfimo têm assumido o poder na propriedade ou dividindo-o com o parceiro e filhos.
CAMPOS, Francieli do Rocio de. Organization and rural development strategies from gender relations: a case study of the Assentamento 8 de Junho, Laranjeiras do Sul/PR. 2011. 109 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Desenvolvimento regional e do Agronegócio) - Universidade Estadual do Oeste do Parana, Toledo, 2011.
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