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Teoria e Prática dos Movimentos Ambientalistas e Outros Atores Sociais do Nordeste do Brasil


  • Soraya Corrêa Domingues



Este artigo apresenta uma análise teórica e prática sobre a diversidade dos movimentos sociais ambientalistas do Nordeste do Brasil. A história dos movimentos ambientalistas no Brasil apresenta singularidades, tratamos neste artigo de identificar as transformações históricas que caracterizam o movimento social em geral e suas determinações no movimento ambientalista, destacando na actualidade as suas singularidades e características. Por meio da análise de dados do Cadastro Nacional de Entidades Ambientalistas da Região Nordeste do Brasil no Ministério do Meio Ambiente, buscamos compreender as suas características fundamentais teóricas e práticas de modo complexo evidenciando as contradições deste movimento social os impactos de sua actuação.

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  • Soraya Corrêa Domingues, 2010. "Teoria e Prática dos Movimentos Ambientalistas e Outros Atores Sociais do Nordeste do Brasil," Working Papers wp062010, Socius, Socio-Economics Research Centre at the School of Economics and Management (ISEG) of the Technical University of Lisbon.
  • Handle: RePEc:soc:wpaper:wp062010

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