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Le paradoxe d'un pays rural qui s'ignore : urbanisation et place de l'agriculture familiale au Brésil

Abstract : This article shows that the definition of the rural space and the urban space in Brazil depends on political and fiscal criteria distant from the reality, what contributes to underestimate the real scale of the rurality and its essential component the family farming. The statistics which ensue from it support certain visions of the supposed development pass by the drift from the land of the poor farmers and the urban and industrial growth of the country.
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  • PRODINRA : 282519

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Yannick Sencébé, Ademir Antonio Cazella. Le paradoxe d'un pays rural qui s'ignore : urbanisation et place de l'agriculture familiale au Brésil. Espace Populations Sociétés, Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 2014, 2-3, pp.Online. ⟨hal-01123049⟩

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