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Type: Artigo
Title: The Struggle Of Working Women For Day Care Center: From The "bucket" To The Right To Education
Title Alternative: A Luta Das Mulheres Operárias Por Creche: Do â baldeâ Ao Direito à Educação
Author: Schifino
Reny Scifoni
Abstract: This article forms part of a study aimed to investigate the current struggle for the rights of working class women's and their children for day care center of Santo Andre, a city in the "Grande ABC", in the State of Sao Paulo. A struggle whose trajectory stands out with the effervescence of social and union movements, in the 1970s and 1980s, in Brazil. For this purpose, we used interviews with working class mothers, who have sons and daughters registered in public daycare center in this municipality. The data analysis showed that mothers defend, fight, beyond their labor rights, highlighting their search for public, high quality, free basic education, which deconstructs the recurrent discourse that the working class families look for day care center exclusively as a place of custody and care for their children by creating conditions for the production of child cultures.
Subject: Feminist Struggle
Working Class Mother
Right To Daycare Centers
Editor: Univ Fed São Paulo, Dept Education
Citation: Revista Olh@res. Univ Fed São Paulo, Dept Education, v. 4, p. 94 - 111, 2016.
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2016
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