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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2014.tde-04022015-124000
Document
Author
Full name
Flavia Mateus Rios
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2014
Supervisor
Committee
Guimaraes, Antonio Sergio Alfredo (President)
Alonso, Angela Maria
Lavalle, Adrian Gurza
Silva, Mario Augusto Medeiros da
Silvério, Valter Roberto
Title in Portuguese
Elite política negra no Brasil: relação entre movimento social, partidos políticos e Estado
Keywords in Portuguese
Estado e Trajetórias Políticas
Movimento Negro
Partidos
Abstract in Portuguese
Minha tese de doutorado, intitulada Elite Política Negra no Brasil, analisa a relação entre movimento negro, partidos políticos e Estado, entre os anos de 1978 a 2002. Minha abordagem teórica é a combinação da sociologia das relações raciais com a teoria do confronto politico, além de correntes analíticas sobre os movimentos sociais. Para o desenvolvimento desta pesquisa, trabalhei com materiais documentais, entrevistas; especialmente documentos escritos por ativistas negros, além da imprensa alternativa e nacional, documentos partidários e governamentais.
Title in English
Political black elite in Brazil: relation among social movement, parties and State
Keywords in English
Black Movement
Estate and Political Trajectories
Parties
Abstract in English
This doctoral dissertation, named Political Black Elite in Brazil, investigates the relationship between Black Movement, Political Parties and State, from 1978 until 2002. The theoretical approach used was based both in the Sociology of Racial Relations and Political Process Theory. I also have made use of Social Movements analytical frameworks. Over the course of this research I worked with documental sources and interviews. I focused especially in articles and other documents written by Black activists. I also used articles that circulated in alternative and mainstream medias, and other documents publicized by Political Parties, and Governments.
 
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Publishing Date
2015-02-04
 
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