Banca de QUALIFICAÇÃO: MOEMA HOFSTAETTER

Uma banca de QUALIFICAÇÃO de DOUTORADO foi cadastrada pelo programa.
DISCENTE : MOEMA HOFSTAETTER
DATA : 30/09/2019
HORA: 08:30
LOCAL: NEPSA II
TÍTULO:

INTERSECTIONS BETWEEN TOURISM AND WIND PARKS IN THE NORTHERN COASTLINE POTIGUAR: ELEMENTS FOR THE DISCUSSION ON TERRITORIAL DEVELOPMENT


PALAVRAS-CHAVES:

Tourism, Territorial Development, Wind Farms, Planning,
Vulnerabilities.


PÁGINAS: 122
GRANDE ÁREA: Ciências Sociais Aplicadas
ÁREA: Turismo
RESUMO:

The present thesis intends to conduct a problematizing investigation of the territorial development process that, from the arrival of new productive vectors in the north Coast Potiguar (RN), where there are vulnerable territories, these vectors They sharpen the existing vulnerability, imposing a productive restructuring whose rebeats and explanatory links are given in a multiscalar perspective. It intends to investigate the interference and relevance of these global vectors of changes in the worsening of existing vulnerabilities, with emphasis on tourism, specifically in the state of Rio Grande do Norte, northeast region of Brazil. In methodological terms, the present study constitutes an interdisciplinary research, whose nature is identified with a qualitative methodological approach. The option for qualitative research was based on the possibility of understanding, based on the understanding and perception of local actors and external actors, the relationships around the theme. From the point of view of the technique and model of analysis, the triangulation of methods as proposed by Minayo, Assis e Souza (2005) will be used in the empirical step, through participatory methodologies as objected by Alió (1995) and semi-structured interviews. For the greater effectiveness of interpretation of the contents of the applied techniques will be performed the reading of the contents through content analysis and interpretation, according to the proposed also by Minayo, Assis and Souza (2005). The results observed so far confirm the hypotheses, that tourism serves the capitalist system and, therefore, reproduces the relations of capitalist production, appropriating the spaces in an unequal way, deepening the inequalities and Existing vulnerabilities, through the exclusion and disappropriation of the traditional populations of their territories, in particular where this, tourism, is hegemonized, especially as a purposer of economic growth. It is important to propose, based on the results obtained, effective measures in the implementation processes of local public policies for social inclusion, aimed at combating injustice with the marginalized population.


MEMBROS DA BANCA:
Interno - 2346233 - FRANCISCO FRANSUALDO DE AZEVEDO
Externa ao Programa - 2344954 - LUZIENE DANTAS DE MACEDO
Interno - 2578221 - MOZART FAZITO REZENDE FILHO
Presidente - 2806096 - WILKER RICARDO DE MENDONCA NOBREGA
Notícia cadastrada em: 03/09/2019 13:01
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