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Title: Movimentos sociais em área de mineração na Amazônia brasileira: ressonâncias e dissensos na proposição de um modelo de desenvolvimento alternativo
metadata.dc.creator: DIAS, Priscila Tamara Menezes
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1: MATHIS, Armin
Keywords: Teoria dos sistemas
Comunicação no desenvolvimento da comunidade
Movimentos sociais
Produção comunicativa
Issue Date: 20-Jun-2016
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Pará
Citation: DIAS, Priscila Tamara Menezes. Movimentos sociais em área de mineração na Amazônia brasileira: ressonâncias e dissensos na proposição de um modelo de desenvolvimento alternativo. Orientador: Armin Mathis. 2016. 239 f. Tese (Doutorado) – Universidade Federal do Pará, Núcleo de Altos Estudos Amazônicos, Belém, 2016. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Desenvolvimento Sustentável do Trópico Úmido. Disponível em: Acesso em:.
Abstract: This research is about the original process of communicative production, social movements in the mining area, the defense of an expanded agenda: to promote an alternative development model. We used the method, the analysis of the production direction, systemic theory Luhmann, assuming that the analysis is effective along with the concepts produced by this theory. Thus, systems theory has given a central theoretical significance to communication, it is necessary to make the proper treatment of it is that you say when something is said, and here is the importance of the concept of meaning, which is the medium that allows selective breeding of all social and psychic forms. When social movements in the mining area, call into question the consensus assumption of mineral extractive industry and advocates governments of regional development policies sidewalks in mining activities, they, as a response, tend to promote resonance of divergent expectations if propose thematizing a sense of communication, to show the inconsistencies and precariousness through the construction of semantic such as injustice, inequality, exploitation, among others. It is from this perspective that analyzes the concrete actions of social movements in the mining area, from the creation of its thematic core, which gives unity to the movement and produces senses, which serve to confirm, disseminate and directions established by communication dominant. By stating that the move aims to search for a "development", indicates that the deconstruction of the order or the dominant communication is done by a more abstract alternative semantics that goes beyond just being a movement against mining, it must be a requirement to be propositional and this leads to both the expansion of which are added to the movement, in increasing the diffusion capacity of information, which also extends the address of the protest. The possibility of the spread of a more abstract semantics for ease of network membership is a constant for the social movement that always requires more adherent to impress his opponents and to divergent expectations against what you want to protest. However, the expansion produces a problem of maintaining the cohesion of the movement, because as it expands the theme and the problem, it is unlikely that produced communication is understood, making it difficult to know what motivates and what leads to change the address and the production of results. Therefore, it is difficult to show successes and results to keep the followers for a long time.
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