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Title: Famílias nas "terras de Custódio": itinerários de proteção social
Other Titles: Families in the "land of Custodio" itineraries social protection
Keywords: Família;  aspecto social;  Campos dos Goytacazes (RJ);  Vulnerabilidade;  Proteção social;  Family;  social aspect;  Goytacazes Campos (RJ);  Vulnerability, Social Protection
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2012
Abstract: How are routes configured for social protection of families in the territory of Custodópolis? This is a neighborhood located in the city of Campos dos Goytacazes, north of Rio de Janeiro State. This is the central question to be answered in this thesis. Questions about the profile of families and the neighborhood and the elements that characterize the constitution territoriality of family and itineraries for protection. The assumption that guides the research points to limited opportunity structures in socio-spatial conditions which affect the poverty reproduction and families vulnerability. These investigated profiles of household composition (nuclear, single-parent and large) reveal themselves from of objective and subjective variables dealt with in the space-time of the constituted relations. Territory is the reference area of research and the option was to relate it to the uses and protection practices through routes connected to the neighborhood,homes, families, work and protection mechanisms both formal and informal. The survey is based on interviews of Oral History and the choice was to combine it with another research (Population Survey) recently held in that neighborhood, to enable quantitative and qualitative dialogue. Through this path the networks of established sociability and solidarity are identified in "experienced territories" and marked by poverty and vulnerabilities. The are one of the main resource used by the households to cope with the insecurities and lack of social protection
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