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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Separatismo, Fragmentación Y Crisis Del Estado En Brasil Pos-1975: Una Lectura A Partir Del Imbróglio Socio-territorial Y Político-institucional
Author: Natal J.L.A.
Abstract: This article looks into the present Brazilian fragmentation starting from some isolated manifestations of separatism. Without taking for granted the little repercussion of separatist cases, this analysis shows that they are only the growing point of a deeply root-stemmed problem. First, presenting the crisis of the Brazilian Development State and of a series of transformations recently experienced in Brazil, it points out the comprehensiveness and the complexity of national fragmentation. Next, taking into account the general features of the globalization phenomenon, it shows that overlap of fragmentation and the federative form of State Organization in Brazil and abroad allows the deepening of this comprehensiveness and complexity. Last, this paper points out a possible series of transformations in fragmentation in Brazil considering its rereadind/ synthesis as a federative crisis.
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Date Issue: 1996
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