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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2002.tde-19072002-105048
Document
Author
Full name
Francisco José Ramires
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2001
Supervisor
Committee
Augusto, Maria Helena Oliva (President)
Kowarick, Lucio Felix Frederico
Oliveira, Francisco Maria Cavalcante de
Title in Portuguese
Severinos na metrópole: a negação do trabalho na cidade de São Paulo.
Keywords in Portuguese
camelô
cidadania
direito ao trabalho
emprego
informalidade
migração
trabalho
Abstract in Portuguese
Um grande mercado informal se estende por ruas e praças. Em São Paulo, milhares de homens e mulheres vendem todos tipos de mercadorias para sobreviver. Na sociedade brasileira, a desigual distribuição de educação, cultura, habitação, saúde, etc., assim como a migração e as novas transformações que ocorrem no processo e organização do trabalho, engendram uma combinação perversa, cuja principal causa/conseqüência é o desrespeito ao direito ao trabalho. A leitura e análise de livros e textos acadêmicos, e das entrevistas sobre as experiências de trabalho de camelôs revelam a formação da sociedade brasileira como uma história da (re)produção de indignas condições de vida.
Title in English
Severinos in metropolis: the negation of work in São Paulo.
Keywords in English
citizenship
employment
informality
migration
right-to-work
street peddler
work
Abstract in English
A great informal market extends for streets and squares. In São Paulo, thousands of men and women sell all kinds of goods to survive. In Brazilian society, the unequal distribution of education, culture, houses, wealth and so on, as well as the migration and new transformations that occur to working process and organisation, engender a devilish combination, whose main cause/consequence is the disrespect to the right-to-work. The reading and analysis of academic books and texts, and interviews about street peddlers working experiences reveal the making of Brazilian society as a history of (re)production of unworthy life conditions.
 
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Publishing Date
2002-08-15
 
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