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Benefício previdenciário rural por idade no município de Santo Antônio do Sudoeste: contraposição das abordagens tradicional e das capacitações


  • Batista, Angelita Pereira
  • Iser, Luciana


A partir da análise do papel dos benefícios de aposentadoria rurais, retroativo e mensal, no município de Santo Antonio do Sudoeste, constatou-se que o benefício mensal é uma fonte de renda para suprir necessidades básicas de consumo. As famílias dos segurados são mais “pobres” em termos de privações de capacidades (abordagem das capacitações) do que em termos de renda (abordagem tradicional). Privações como baixo nível de escolaridade, de acesso a informações, e problemas de saúde os impedem de realizar atividades que possibilitem condições diferenciadas das vividas atualmente, ou seja, dificultam a participação efetiva na comunidade (integração social, política e econômica).----------------------From the analysis of the role of rural retirement benefits, retroactive and monthly, in the municipality of Santo Antonio do Sudoeste, it was found that the monthly benefit is a source of income to meet basic needs of consumption. The families of the insured are more "poor" in terms of deprivation of capabilities (capabilities approach) than in terms of income (traditional approach). Deprivation as a low level of education, access to information, and health problems prevent them from achieving activities that allow different from the conditions experienced today, or hinder the effective participation in the community (social integration, political and economic).

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  • Batista, Angelita Pereira & Iser, Luciana, 2008. "Benefício previdenciário rural por idade no município de Santo Antônio do Sudoeste: contraposição das abordagens tradicional e das capacitações," 46th Congress, July 20-23, 2008, Rio Branco, Acre, Brasil 108190, Sociedade Brasileira de Economia, Administracao e Sociologia Rural (SOBER).
  • Handle: RePEc:ags:sbrfsr:108190

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