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Tipologia Municipal De Classes Sócio-Ocupacionais: Uma Nova Dimensão Para Análise Das Desigualdades Territoriais No Brasil

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  • Maia, Alexandre Gori
  • Quadros, Waldir Jose de

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O objetivo principal deste trabalho é propor uma nova configuração para o território brasileiro, fornecendo uma relevante dimensão para análise das desigualdades sociais brasileiras. A hipótese central é que a estrutura social, uma conjugação entre inserção no mercado de trabalho (classe ocupacional) e faixa de renda per capita (estrato social) das famílias brasileiras, é capaz de identificar padrões sociais que cumprem papel essencial nas análises sobre as condições de vida da população. Para cumprir tal objetivo, este trabalho foi estruturado em três partes principais: i) descrição da metodologia de estratificação social; ii) identificação dos grupos de municípios relativamente homogêneos de desenvolvimento da estrutura social (perfis sociais) e análise espacial desta configuração; iii) análise das desigualdades territoriais brasileiras utilizando o perfil social como variável de controle.---------------------------------------------The main purpose of this work is to propose a new configuration of Brazilian territory, providing a relevant dimension to the analysis of Brazilian social inequalities. The central hypothesis is that the social structure, which consists of a combination between job market (socio-occupational class) and per capita income band (socioeconomic segment) of Brazilian families, is capable of identifying social patterns which has an essential role in analysis of the life conditions of population. To reach such purpose, this work is structured in tree mains divisions: i) a description of the social stratification methodology; ii) identifying groups of relative homogeneity of social structure development (socials profiles) and spatial analysis of this configuration; iii) analysis of Brazilian territory inequalities using the social profile as control variable.

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Paper provided by Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER) in its series 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil with number 109729.

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Keywords: estratificação social; renda - distribuição; disparidades regionais; social stratification; income distribution; regional disparities; Community/Rural/Urban Development; J82; R12; R23;

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  1. Alexandre Rands & Roberto Accioly Perrelli & Sandra Correia de Andrade, 2000. "A Eficiência do Plano Nacional de Qualificação Profissional como Instrumento de Combate à Pobreza no Brasil: os Casos de Pernambuco e Mato Grosso," Working Papers 4, Datamétrica Consultoria Econômica, revised 2000.
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