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Title: Interpretações de programas de políticas públicas por mulheres extrativistas de mangaba em Sergipe
metadata.dc.creator: MOTA, Dalva Maria da
SCHMITZ, Heribert
PORRO, Noemi Sakiara Miyasaka
SILVA JUNIOR, Josue Francisco da
RODRIGUES, Raquel Fernandes de Araújo
Keywords: Programa de Aquisição de Alimentos
Seguro - Defeso do pescador artesanal
Catadoras de mangaba
Issue Date: Jul-2013
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Pará
Empresa Brasileira de Pesquisa Agropecuária
Citation: MOTA, Dalva Maria da. Interpretações de programas de políticas públicas por mulheres extrativistas de mangaba em Sergipe. Amazônica: Revista de Antropologia, Belém, v. 5, n. 3, p. 654-681. DOI: Disponível em: Acesso em:.
Abstract: The objective of this paper is to analyze the local interpretations of public policy programs by mangaba gatherer women. The Food Acquisition Program (PAA) and the Insurance Program for Artisan Fishermen were assessed, regarding women with regular or occasional participation. Field observations and open and semi-structured interviews were carried out and analyzed in the light of the theoretical contributions of sociology. The findings indicate that both programs provide improved income and higher self-regard to the affiliates. They differ, however, regarding the use of natural resources: temporarily interrupted in the case of fishing and stimulated in the mangaba gathering. In relation to the local interpretations, the relationships promoted by the PAA are more market-like due to the contractual requirements. The Insurance for Fishermen is perceived locally as a welfare program, a sort of support from the government to the poor population, demanding however a return, which depends on the individual conscience.
ISSN: 2176-0675
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