1997
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-69091997000300003
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Exclusão E Políticas Públicas: Dilemas Teóricos E Alternativas Políticas

Abstract: Tornou-se moeda corrente hoje no Brasil falar de exclusão social para abordar uma série de temas e de problemas nem sempre claramente diferenciados, nem sempre rigorosamente definidos. O conceito, mais conhecido e utilizado na França, recoloca algumas das questões abordadas no tema da underclass, sem os pressupostos teóricos e as conseqüências deste último, de inspiração e uso estadunidense. Este, desenvolvido mais recentemente nas discussões a respeito das cidades globais ou duais (Sassen, 1991; Castels e Mol… Show more

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“…This implies the need to explain relations as a whole and not merely the more immediate socioeconomic characteristics identified in the group of immigrants. Zaluar 36 refers to "shadowy areas" in relations between groups, or more obscure spaces that should be studied to produce more indepth analyses of the established relations and the consequences for the lives of these groups. Established ties, relations shaped through work, and networks of solidarity developed in family networks that allow the construction of more efficient forms of protection (although limited by the incapacity of the immigrant group to solve all its problems) are some key examples in the constitution of the phenomenon of immigration.…”
Section: Final Remarksmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This implies the need to explain relations as a whole and not merely the more immediate socioeconomic characteristics identified in the group of immigrants. Zaluar 36 refers to "shadowy areas" in relations between groups, or more obscure spaces that should be studied to produce more indepth analyses of the established relations and the consequences for the lives of these groups. Established ties, relations shaped through work, and networks of solidarity developed in family networks that allow the construction of more efficient forms of protection (although limited by the incapacity of the immigrant group to solve all its problems) are some key examples in the constitution of the phenomenon of immigration.…”
Section: Final Remarksmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The challenge to transform the reality described requires changes in several instances of social life, beginning with the critic to the segregation procedure, that does not recognize the groups that occupy urban areas in connection with the logic of a promoter market of their exploitation and permanence in shaded social spaces (Zaluar, 1997). We refer to the fact that, in many cases, the immigrant is not recognized in his deepest needs and his effective incorporation as a person and a citizen of the host society.…”
Section: The Difficult Equation On the Inclusion Of Immigrants In Thementioning
confidence: 99%
“…Esses elementos seriam identificados a partir de estudos aprofundados da antropologia estrutural, que segundo Zaluar (1997) privilegia, na análise, não a política dos significados no discurso, nem a relação do discurso com os seus referentes, mas as propriedades da cadeia de significantes. Essa cadeia de significantes montada, logicamente, pela inclusão / exclusão de categorias "recorta" o real e permite o estabelecimento de uma linguagem de comunicação.…”
Section: Fundamentação Teórico-metodológica Do Campo Da Semiologia Dounclassified