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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Possibilities of matrix support in leisure public administration
Author: Amaral, SCF
Costa, ET
Abstract: This study assumes that the cycle of leisure public policies was implemented by different sectors of public administration in an isolated form. But, leisure is a process that receives influences from several subjects that constitutes both a theoretical field and an intervention. The purpose of this research was to get know the viability of the matrix management for conducting leisure public policies. We have analyzed the data based on the script of Martins (2005), who is concerned with the strategy, structure and process of the matrix management. This article analyzes the structural, political, cultural, theoretical, and subjective obstacles to this new model. The most important obstacle is the involvement of the various sectors in the matrix model. These sectors do not get involved in this policy with the same intensity. In fact, there is no interdisciplinary team reference. This way, we believe that this model must be thought as a government action, rather than an isolated action with team from several sectors.
Subject: public policies
matrix management
Country: Brasil
Editor: Univ Fed Rio Grande Do Sul, Escola Educ Fisica
Rights: aberto
Date Issue: 2012
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