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Title: Dançarinos de rua : jovens entre projetos de lazer e trabalho
Keywords: Hip-hop;  Cultura popular jovem;  Rio de Janeiro;  Arte na educação;  Menor abandonado;  Educação;  Cultura;  juventude;  Trabalho;  Associativismo;  Culture;  Youth;  Work;  Associationism
Abstract: It was intended in this research to understand the processes of construction of the urban juvenile identities starting from the cultural expressions of the group Street Dancers who identify themselves with the Hip Hop culture. The integrants of this group were between 15 and 24 years old in 2004, when the field research was initiated. A research that assumed ethnographic characteristics was made, with observation and listening of statements of the youth of the group, in public spaces, as the Campo de São Bento, in Niterói, where the group Street Dancers did activities that can be defined as cultural practices that combined simultaneously with leisure proposals, search for social recognition and possibility of insertion in the artistical cultural working world. We salient the following authors that contributed for the conceptual fundamentation of the research about the juvenile cultures: Alberto Melluci, Perez Islas, Paulo Carrano, Jose Machado Pais, Juarez Dayrell. According to these authors youth is a determinate moment, but is not reduced to a passage, it is a process influenced by the social millieu with wich the young belongs and interacts. It was observed that the group sociability enabled provisionally, the construction of a collective project around the dance, having as main question associationism, that is, walking together searching to transform leisure in paid work and garanty of survival.
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