Capitalismo vagabundo e a necessidade da reprodução social - Cindi Katz

  • Gilberto Cunha Franca Universidade Federal de São Carlos
  • Valeria Fontes Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Palavras-chave: Reprodução social, globalização, infância, lugar, escala geográfica

Resumo

Neste artigo Cindi Katz levanta um problema intrínseco da produção capitalista globalizada: o descompromisso com os lugares e seus habitantes, agravando desigualdades de classe, gênero, raça. A autora discute este problema de maneira singular a partir de uma abordagem materialista da reprodução social. Como a globalização, a reprodução social é examinada em seus aspectos político-econômicos, político-ecológicos e culturais. Em um caso ilustrado, sobre crianças e espaços públicos em Nova Iorque, ela desenvolve o conceito de reescalonamento da infância, e nos mostra como as geografias específicas se interligam aos processos globais através de escalas geográficas e translocalmente. Katz propõe, além disso, os conceitos de topografia e contra-topografia que são tanto uma maneira de analisar a intersecção dos processos globais e seus custos sociais, geograficamente desiguais, quanto um instrumento político para reconstruir solidariedades translocais e internacionalistas contra este errante e irresponsável capitalismo globalizado.

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Biografia do Autor

Gilberto Cunha Franca, Universidade Federal de São Carlos

Doutor em Geografia Humana pela Universidade de São Paulo e Professor da Universidade Federal de São Carlos, campus Sorocaba 

Valeria Fontes, Universidade Federal de São Carlos

Historiadora pela Universidade de São Paulo

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2019-06-13
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Franca, G., & Fontes, V. (2019). Capitalismo vagabundo e a necessidade da reprodução social - Cindi Katz. GEOUSP Espaço E Tempo (Online), 23(2), 435-452. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2179-0892.geousp.2019.158736
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