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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.100.2013.tde-28072013-212437
Document
Author
Full name
Vinícius Navarro Morende
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2013
Supervisor
Committee
Raimundo, Sidnei (President)
Mello-Théry, Neli Aparecida de
Suzuki, Julio Cesar
Title in Portuguese
Plantar alimento ou combustível? Formação territorial no sertão baiano
Keywords in Portuguese
Agricultura familiar
Biocombustíveis
Desenvolvimento econômico regional
Política pública
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta pesquisa busca analisar as contradições existentes no incentivo do poder público federal brasileiro à produção de alimentos e à produção de biodiesel no espaço do sertão baiano. Para tanto, foram analisados os efeitos do Programa Nacional de Uso e Produção do Biodiesel (PNPB) e do Programa de Aquisição de Alimentos (PAA) para a formação territorial do município de Morro do Chapéu (BA), especialmente, durante o período entre 2007 e 2012. O trabalho utilizou o apoio metodológico da história oral, por meio da sistematização de entrevistas realizadas com agricultores familiares que participaram das atividades dos programas. O aumento do emprego e da renda familiar dos pequenos produtores rurais e a conseqüente intensificação da base técnica em localidades do município são alguns dos resultados da ação pública federal e da organização produtiva e social local. No entanto, uma série de evidências mostra os desafios do desenvolvimento de programas públicos e da agricultura familiar no Brasil.
Title in English
Family farners should plant fuel or food? Territorial formation at brazilian Bahia's dry lands.
Keywords in English
Biofuel
Family farm
Public policy
Regional economic development
Abstract in English
This research intends to analyze the existing contractions in the incentive of brazilian federal public power to the food production and to the production of biodiesel to the space of Bahias State dry lands. For that, the effects of the National Program of Production and Use of Biodiesel (PNPB) and the brazilian Program of Food Acquisition (PAA) to the territorial formation of the Morro do Chapéu (BA) city were analyzed, specially, during the period between 2007 and 2012. The work is based on the oral history methodology made through a series of interviews with family farmers that participated of the activities of both programs. The rising of employment and familiar incomes of family farmers and the intensification of technical basis in localities of the municipality are some results of the federal public action and the local productive and social organization. However, a series of evidences present the challenges to the public programs development and to development of family farm in Brazil.
 
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Publishing Date
2013-11-12
 
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  • MORENDE, V., e RAIMUNDO, S. Plant food or fuel? Contradictions of the federal public policies for territorial production in the Bahian backlands [doi:10.4000/confins.10761]. Confins (Paris) [online], 2016, p. 1-20.
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