Educação, trabalho e ideologia : análise da relação agronegócio e educação na região de Ribeirão Preto SP
Junqueira, Victor Hugo
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This dissertation aimed mainly at understanding the relationship between agribusiness and education, taking as territorial clipping region of Ribeirão Preto - SP. Starting from the transformations of capitalist agriculture and the world of work this goal was divided into two complementary analytical perspectives, the first boils down to understanding how the agribusiness expresses the current ideology of capitalism in the countryside and the school uses space to persuade and convince society that their particular values are universal. The completion of this stage of the research occurred through examination of two projects developed in basic education in the area of study: Agribusiness Project at the School of the Brazilian Agribusiness Association of Ribeirão Preto (ABAG- RP) and the Project AGORA of Industry Union sugar cane (UNICA). In a second step we investigated whether the material conditions for the expansion of higher education in agribusiness and pedagogical proposals that give them support, based on the proposed curriculum degree in Agribusiness Technology in the Faculty of Technology of the State of São Paulo - FATEC. The research was grounded in the dialectical historical materialism in all its stages, from the analysis of the development of capitalism in the countryside in the region of Ribeirão Preto, passing through the understanding of the concept of ideology in the writings of Marx and Engels, Lenin, Gramsci and Althusser to the examining the relationship between work and education. The results show a new phase of development of capitalist relations of production, with further deepening of the contradictions and inequalities in the field. In this sense, agribusiness looking through different ideological apparatuses, including education ensure social support to continue having access to state credit and infrastructure policies. In addition, these changes are require technical training and special professional for the activities of the sector, whose state's role is crucial in the internalization of the costs of reproduction of the classification of a diverse workforce and ideologically subject to the rule of capital.