Navegando Programa de Pós-graduação em Antropologia Social por Autor "Acypreste, Izadora Pereira"
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ItemSe movendo por território: os caminhos traçados pela comunidade de Sangradouro Grande para a garantia do território(Universidade Federal de Goiás, 2015-07-13) Acypreste, Izadora Pereira; Lima, Roberto Cunha Alves de; http://lattes.cnpq.br/1622829460229904; Lima, Roberto Cunha Alves de; Alencar, Edna Ferreira; Herbetta, Alexandre FerraThe mortality and scarcity of fish, the decrease in the volume of river water, recreational fishing, lack of access to the river and the discharge of industrial sewage into the river are some of the threats frequently denounced by artisanal fishermen in the Upper Middle São Francisco. Considering that access to natural resources is essential for the reproduction of life for fishermen and fisherwomen, I understand the problems they denounce as a threat to their way of life. The anguish provoked by such accusations led me to reflect on them and understand that they are, above all, territorial issues. In this way, I believe that the right to territory and the ways to fight for that territory are fundamental and urgent discussions. Thus, this work, the result of a master's research with the riverside population of Sangradouro Grande, located in the municipality of Januária (MG), intends to discuss the ways in which this community has been seeking to defend its territory. Something that happens, as I have seen, from its articulations with social movements and its processes of identity affirmation. As the relationship with the territory is constituted from work practices on the land, in the river and also from the historical relationship with the place, I sought to understand the territory claimed by the group. While dedicating myself to these surveys, I realized that there was a multiplicity of identities being affirmed and that it was necessary to take them all into account, as they had close relations with the territory claimed by the group. Among the identities announced by them were that of fisherman, vazanteiro, peasant, rural worker and also quilombola. The territory claimed by the group is based on the fact that they carry out activities that go beyond fishing itself. In addition to the river, for example, they need the banks of the river to plant their ebb, and they also need the upper part to make clearing and harvest wood for the construction of boats. As well as the multiplicity of identities, there was also a multiplicity of alternatives through which the group could organize itself and fight for the guarantee of the territory. As the process of affirming these identities, in the case of the residents of Sangradouro Grande, establishes relationships with different groups and institutions in the state, from this field experience it was possible to perceive the relationship between the struggle for rights, political organization and affirmation of identities. It is from this perception that this work is built. His aim is to show the relationship between rights, politics and identity.