Ascoralinas: mulheres em movimentos

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This dissertation, derived from the research line Trabalho, Educação e Movimentos Sociais, analyzes the relationship between the social movement and the organization of the women's association ASCORALINAS, understanding how this collective group contributed to changing the lives of women associated. This study takes place under assumptions about social movements, work relations and work It is known that associations are organizations of people who come together with common interests and goals (GEHLEN E MOCELIN, 2018). To better understand the motivations for bringing together this collective of women, we resumed, through documentary consultation, the project Mulheres Coralinas, which was developed from a parliamentary amendment by former deputy Marina Santana in partnership with the Municipality of Cidade Goiás (in that administration there was a woman mayor) and the Secretariat for Policies for Women. This project was carried out in 2014 and 2015, training 150 women from the city and its surroundings in different areas of knowledge and training for work. The project Mulheres Coralinas enabled a preliminary collective work, so that in 2016 this non-profit Association under study was founded. Therefore, we adopted as our goal the understanding of the female organization around the association of women ASCORALINAS and, from this object, we analyze: how the association Mulheres Coralinas – ASCORALINAS, CNPJ 26.512.804/0001-63, was constituted, how people organized themselves as an association based on the movements, and, mainly, how this association has contributed to the work of women and the change in the way and style of life, in the conditions of collective work, in the access to cultural goods and in the shared fruition of the literature of Cora Coralina among other authors. As a methodological path for this research, we used bibliographical and documental research, based on studies of Siqueira and Camargo (2016), that trace the entire course of the Mulheres Coralinas, from the idealization of the project, from its development, to the founding of the Association; It is Alonso (2009), Barker (2014), Gohn (2015), Scherer-Warrern (1987) and Touraine (2006) for analyzing from the perspective of the History of Sociology, the theory of social movements and their changes throughout history. As the subject of this research is an association of female workers, we scrutinized Tiriba (2015), Marx (2009), Harvey (2016) and Teles and Caldas (2019) to talk about working relationships and Santos (2011) and Scott (1995) to clarify gender. Since the origin of the association ASCORALINAS is closely related to the history of the City of Goiás and the poet Cora Coralina, we also resort to Passos (2018) and Palacín (1975). Data analysis showed that women members, even having achieved significant social emancipation, still face challenges in the field of work outside the domestic environment. Even though they are still producing merchandise, they have not yet gained financial independence from this work.



Paiva, J. O. F. Ascoralinas: mulheres em movimentos. 2023. 103 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Educação) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2023.