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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Territorial Space As Reference To Citizenship Building: An Introductory Geographical Reflection About The Problem Of Land Ownership Of "remaining" Populations [o Espaço Territorial Como Referência Paraa Construção Dacidadania: Uma Reflexão Geográfica Introdutória Sobre O Problema Das Demarcações De Terras De Populações "remanescentes"]
Author: Isoldi I.A.
Silva C.
Abstract: The Brazilian history is loaded with conflicts and antagonisms concerning its territories. The modernization towards the cities and expansion of the internal market of consumption, national foundations of the new order, conflicts, not a few times, with interests of local collectivities. The deliberate design of the state to achieve new levels of production, with the expansion of production and flow in the territory, has not been accompanied by a similar policy of effective recognition of the different "nations" that formed the national population. More recently, the discussion on the "remains"pops out new social creations from where new political subjects emerge. The recognition of these multiple subject presents a reality in which differ widely among themselves. Regarding the territorial quilombola, is the clear differentiation of strong socio-stamp this area both with regard to the origins and ownership of the land, about the events of this (cultural, religious, located in the national territory, the type of housing and size of the community, use of resources, training and recognition in the fight, and so on). Before this destruction, the rearrangement of productive and cultural activities produces new relationships that can be considered hybrid. This hybridization, however, follows that logic, it seems, apart from the inclusion.
Rights: fechado
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Date Issue: 2008
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