Robert Castel

Posted: February 5th, 2013 under News.
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(Langer, 1997, p.490.). A subject that is important to stand out itself is how much the etnia, that is a social group in which the identity if defines for the community of language, culture and territory. As Lucio Levi to say the same language, to be consolidated in the same surrounding human being and the same territory, to possess the same traditions is factors that constitute base basic of relations of life daily, that deeply marks the individuals, that if they transform into one of the elements of its personality and define, the character specifies in the way as they live of definitive population. The etnia guarani suffered diverse changes throughout its history, before the arrival from the Europeans in its lands they lived of the primitive form, them lived in tribes they had a tribal etnia, with the contact with the Europeans and in sequence its catequizao and learning of the Christian rules, now it was guarani missioneiro, that is, a Christian indian who lived in the Jesuit reductions, and followed the Christian rules, but after the guarantica war, its etnia passed for another transformation, now following the lines of direction of the government luso-Brazilian, them they had been aldeados where if it looked for to restrain and to substitute its ethnic identity. With the aldeamento the government luso-Brazilian looked for to introduce guarani missioneiro in the society, in this process of social insertion finished for not giving certain, what it happened I oppose was it, with the resistance of the guaranis, them they had finished excluded of the society and consequently kept out of society that as Robert Castel: The situations delinquents appear to the end of a double process of disconnection: in relation to the work and relation to the relationary insertion. All individual can be situated with the aid of this double axle, an integration for the work and a relationary insertion.

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