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Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas
 
Sociologia
 
Disciplina: FSL0644 - Sociologia do Desenvolvimento
Sociology of Development

Créditos Aula: 4
Créditos Trabalho: 0
Carga Horária Total: 60 h
Tipo: Semestral
Ativação: 15/07/2015 Desativação:

Objetivos
O crescente peso econômico, geopolítico e cultural das nações outrora classificadas de
periféricas anuncia importantes transformações na ordem internacional e estimulam uma
revisão das teorias e ideias que alimentaram os estudos sobre o desenvolvimento destas
nações. As teorias do desenvolvimento compõem uma área multidisciplinar e
eminentemente vocacionada para os estudos históricos e comparativos. Este curso pretende
estimular os alunos a utilizar estas teorias para realizar análises comparativas sistemáticas
entre nações e regiões, um tipo de exercício acadêmico ainda relativamente pouco
explorado nas ciências sociais no Brasil.
 
 
 
Docente(s) Responsável(eis)
548616 - Alvaro Augusto Comin
 
Programa Resumido
O crescente peso econômico, geopolítico e cultural das nações outrora classificadas de
periféricas anuncia importantes transformações na ordem internacional e estimulam uma
revisão das teorias e ideias que alimentaram os estudos sobre o desenvolvimento destas
nações. As teorias do desenvolvimento compõem uma área multidisciplinar e
eminentemente vocacionada para os estudos históricos e comparativos. Este curso pretende
estimular os alunos a utilizar estas teorias para realizar análises comparativas sistemáticas
entre nações e regiões, um tipo de exercício acadêmico ainda relativamente pouco
explorado nas ciências sociais no Brasil.
 
 
 
Programa
O curso tem por objetivo explorar o veio comparativo das teorias do desenvolvimento, com
ênfase para as conexões históricas entre o processo de formação/transformação dos
modernos estados nacionais e o desenvolvimento econômico. Na primeira parte (4 aulas),
são estudados aspectos teóricos e históricos mais gerais, acompanhados do exame da
experiência de desenvolvimento 'retardatário' de Alemanha e Japão. A segunda parte do
curso (2 aulas) examina a questão agrária e fundiária como elemento central dos arranjos
desenvolvimentistas, explorando comparações entre América Latina e Leste-Asiático. A
terceira parte (5 aulas) discute diferentes aspectos das conexões entre estado e
desenvolvimento, a saber: nacionalismo, industrialização, inserção internacional,
burocracias e elites. A quarta parte (2 aulas) aborda o problema da estratificação social e o
papel das políticas sociais como parte dos arranjos desenvolvimentistas. Finalmente a
quinta parte (2 aulas) retoma abordagem mais geral do início do curso, abordando a questão
distributiva dos conflitos ambientais e questionando a pertinência das categorias 'Norte' e
'Sul' globais.
 
 
 
Avaliação
     
Método
Aulas expositivas, discussões em classe e seminários.
Critério
A avaliação consistirá de dois ensaios, escritos individualmente. Para cada um
dos ensaios serão oferecidos 3 temas, dentre os quais aos alunos deverão escolher
um único de sua preferência. Os temas serão apresentados com um mês de
antecedência e os ensaios serão produzidos fora da sala de aulas.
Norma de Recuperação
Os alunos que obtiverem pelo menos 75% de presença às aulas e nota final
entre 3 e 4,9 terão direito a um exame de recuperação. O exame de recuperação
consistirá de um ensaio feito a partir de 3 temas propostos pelo professor. Os temas
e a data para a realização da recuperação serão divulgados oportunamente.
 
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