Organizações Coletivas do Campo: uma análise das formas de resistência e ou adaptação dos agricultores familiares da Zona da Mata Mineira/Brasil e da Galícia/Espanha

Esta pesquisa procurou analisar a forma como o capital político adquirido por meio da participação em Organizações Coletivas do Campo repercute nas práticas cotidianas dos agricultores. Buscou-se compreender a força da socialização secundária nas práticas produtivas e de comercialização dos agricult...

Nível de Acesso:openAccess
Publication Date:2018
Main Author: Miranda, Edna Lopes lattes
Orientador/a: Fiúza, Ana Louise de Carvalho
Format: Tese
Language:por
Published: Universidade Federal de Viçosa
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Online Access:http://www.locus.ufv.br/handle/123456789/22336
Citação:MIRANDA, Edna Lopes. Organizações Coletivas do Campo: uma análise das formas de resistência e ou adaptação dos agricultores familiares da Zona da Mata Mineira/Brasil e da Galícia/Espanha. 2018. 151 f. Tese (Doutorado em Extensão Rural) - Universidade Federal de Viçosa, Viçosa. 2018.
Resumo inglês:This research sought to analyze the way in which the political capital acquired through the participation in the Collective Organizations of the Field has an impact on the daily practices of farmers. It was sought to understand the strength of secondary socialization in the productive practices and marketing of farmers, in terms of their bias of adaptation and / or of resistance to the established political norms. Therefore, the formation of this political capital in two different contexts was analyzed: in the Mata Mineira Zone/Brazil and in Galicia/Spain. It was used methodologically for bibliographic and documentary research, collection of secondary data, semi-structured interviews with farmers and observation participant The results of the survey showed that the permanent involvement of the small farmers of the Wait for Happy City in the activities carried out by collecting organizations, pointed to the legitimacy that farmers attributed to participation in such organizations, under the conquests they recognized as being in the terms of their conditions of production, marketing and life. In the Spanish context, both farmers who demonstrate a conservative and progressive style of thinking will eventually develop differentiated adaptation practices in relation to the taxation imposed by PAC Post 92. During pregnancy, resistant to PAC 92 directions, farmers who participated in the Labrego Galego Syndicate They adapted both to a new model of organic farming, and also to their marketing repertoire, new sales strategies for their products. At the same time, farmers who participated in the Agricultural Association of Jovens Professional Farmers, will not manifest resistance to new political directions and seek to acquire technologies and new ways of organizing production. Conclusively, the experiences of participation in the Collective Organizations of the Field in Brazil in Spain, they reverberated for other areas of farmers' everyday, who appropriated themselves from the political capital to position themselves against the directives drawn up by rural agricultural development policies.