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Title in Portuguese: Social movements, culture and politcs in the work of brazilian sociologists
Author: Barreira, Irlys Alencar Firmo
Keywords: Social movements
Culture
Politics
Sociological theory
Brazil
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Latin American Perspectives
Citation: Barreira, I. A. F. (2011)
Abstract in Portuguese: When Brazilian society returned to democracy in the 1970s, social movements demanding recognition of basic social and political rights became the focus of sociological research. This research was informed both by the social context and by interdisciplinary theories that gave analytic centrality to social and political actors. It broadened the horizons of sociological interpretation to include political activities outside the established institutions and the collective representations that shape public actions and produced new ideas about conflict and the behavior of those involved in it.
Description: BARREIRA, Irlys Alencar Firmo. Social movements, culture and politcs in the work of brazilian sociologists. Latin American Perspectives, Riverside, v. 38, n. 3, p. 150-168, may 2011.
URI: http://www.repositorio.ufc.br/handle/riufc/21237
ISSN: 0094-582X (impresso)
1552-678X (online)
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