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Citation: Lagier, Claire: Agroecology within and beyond the Brazilian Landless Workers' Movement (MST) - Appendix 1 - 4. 2020. Open Data LMU. 10.5282/ubm/data.193

Agroecology within and beyond the Brazilian Landless Workers' Movement (MST) - Appendix 1 - 4
Agroecology within and beyond the Brazilian Landless Workers' Movement (MST) - Appendix 1 - 4

Appendix 1: This is a copy of the agreement between the state government of Paraná (Brazil), the Federal University of Paraná, the Venezuelan government, the Venezuelan state government of Yaracuy and La Via Campesina International to create an agroecology training course in Paraná and in Venezuela. Signed on January 30th, 2005 in Tapes, Brazil. Photographed by Claire Lagier in May 2017. Contains two pages. Original title (Spanish): "Protocolo de intenciones y compromisos que hacen entre sí: La Via Campesina, el gobierno de la Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela, el gobierno del estado de Paraná y instituciones de enseñanza del Brasil y de Venezuela". This document is cited in Claire Lagier's thesis (DOI https://doi.org/10.5282/oph.8), Chapter 5.

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Appendix 2: This is the original flowchart document handed in 2017 to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Agroecology course at the Ecological Resistance School (this is a pseudonym) in Paraná, Brazil as part of the pedagogical activity named "Dialogue of knowledges in the encounter of cultures" by the individual I refer to as João Maria (also a pseudonym) in my thesis. This person is the original author of the document but I refrain from publishing their real name for research ethics reasons, in order to protect their anonymity. This copy is identical to the original except that I redacted João Maria's real name, the real name of Ecological Resistance School, and the real name of the municipality where it is located. Original title (Portuguese): “Fluxograma orientador ao diálogo de saberes no encontro de culturas". This document is analyzed and cited in my thesis (DOI https://doi.org/10.5282/oph.8), Chapters 5-7.

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Appendix 3: This is the original fieldwork guidelines document handed in 2017 to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Agroecology course at the Ecological Resistance School (this is a pseudonym) in Paraná, Brazil as part of the pedagogical activity named "Dialogue of knowledges in the encounter of cultures" by the individual I refer to as João Maria (also a pseudonym) in my thesis. This person is the original author of the document but I refrain from publishing their real name for research ethics reasons, in order to protect their anonymity. This copy is identical to the original except that I redacted João Maria's real name, the real name of Ecological Resistance School, and the real name of the rural settlement and municipality where it is located. Original title(Portuguese): “Roteiro orientador ao diálogo de saberes no encontro de culturas". This document is analyzed and cited in my thesis (DOI https://doi.org/10.5282/oph.8), Chapters 5-7.

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Appendix 4: This is the original report redaction guidelines document handed in 2017 to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Agroecology course at the Ecological Resistance School (this is a pseudonym) in Paraná, Brazil as part of the pedagogical activity named "Dialogue of knowledges in the encounter of cultures" by the individual I refer to as João Maria (also a pseudonym) in my thesis. This person is the original author of the document but I refrain from publishing their real name for research ethics reasons, in order to protect their anonymity. This copy is identical to the original except that I redacted João Maria's real name, the real name of Ecological Resistance School, and the real name of the rural settlement and municipality where it is located. Original title (Portuguese): “Roteiro para a sistematização do relatório do diálogo de saberes no encontro de culturas". This document is analyzed and cited in my thesis (DOI https://doi.org/10.5282/oph.8), Chapters 5-7.

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Zur Publikation: Lagier, Claire: Constructing legitimacy? Agroecology within and beyond the Brazilian Landless Workers' Movement (MST). München, Universitätsbibliothek Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, 2020. ISBN (Druck) 978-3-95925-152-5. - ISBN (Online): 978-3-95925-153-2. Online-Version: https://doi.org/10.5282/oph.8 unter Creative Commons Lizenz CC BY 4.0

La Via Campesina, Agroecology, Food sovereignty, Critical pedagogy, Social movements, Alterglobalization, Brazilian Landless Workers' Movement (MST), Alternative pedagogy in rural extension
Lagier, Claire
2020

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Appendix 1: This is a copy of the agreement between the state government of Paraná (Brazil), the Federal University of Paraná, the Venezuelan government, the Venezuelan state government of Yaracuy and La Via Campesina International to create an agroecology training course in Paraná and in Venezuela. Signed on January 30th, 2005 in Tapes, Brazil. Photographed by Claire Lagier in May 2017. Contains two pages. Original title (Spanish): "Protocolo de intenciones y compromisos que hacen entre sí: La Via Campesina, el gobierno de la Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela, el gobierno del estado de Paraná y instituciones de enseñanza del Brasil y de Venezuela". This document is cited in Claire Lagier's thesis (DOI https://doi.org/10.5282/oph.8), Chapter 5.

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Appendix 2: This is the original flowchart document handed in 2017 to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Agroecology course at the Ecological Resistance School (this is a pseudonym) in Paraná, Brazil as part of the pedagogical activity named "Dialogue of knowledges in the encounter of cultures" by the individual I refer to as João Maria (also a pseudonym) in my thesis. This person is the original author of the document but I refrain from publishing their real name for research ethics reasons, in order to protect their anonymity. This copy is identical to the original except that I redacted João Maria's real name, the real name of Ecological Resistance School, and the real name of the municipality where it is located. Original title (Portuguese): “Fluxograma orientador ao diálogo de saberes no encontro de culturas". This document is analyzed and cited in my thesis (DOI https://doi.org/10.5282/oph.8), Chapters 5-7.

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Appendix 3: This is the original fieldwork guidelines document handed in 2017 to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Agroecology course at the Ecological Resistance School (this is a pseudonym) in Paraná, Brazil as part of the pedagogical activity named "Dialogue of knowledges in the encounter of cultures" by the individual I refer to as João Maria (also a pseudonym) in my thesis. This person is the original author of the document but I refrain from publishing their real name for research ethics reasons, in order to protect their anonymity. This copy is identical to the original except that I redacted João Maria's real name, the real name of Ecological Resistance School, and the real name of the rural settlement and municipality where it is located. Original title(Portuguese): “Roteiro orientador ao diálogo de saberes no encontro de culturas". This document is analyzed and cited in my thesis (DOI https://doi.org/10.5282/oph.8), Chapters 5-7.

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Appendix 4: This is the original report redaction guidelines document handed in 2017 to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Agroecology course at the Ecological Resistance School (this is a pseudonym) in Paraná, Brazil as part of the pedagogical activity named "Dialogue of knowledges in the encounter of cultures" by the individual I refer to as João Maria (also a pseudonym) in my thesis. This person is the original author of the document but I refrain from publishing their real name for research ethics reasons, in order to protect their anonymity. This copy is identical to the original except that I redacted João Maria's real name, the real name of Ecological Resistance School, and the real name of the rural settlement and municipality where it is located. Original title (Portuguese): “Roteiro para a sistematização do relatório do diálogo de saberes no encontro de culturas". This document is analyzed and cited in my thesis (DOI https://doi.org/10.5282/oph.8), Chapters 5-7.

Abstract

Zur Publikation: Lagier, Claire: Constructing legitimacy? Agroecology within and beyond the Brazilian Landless Workers' Movement (MST). München, Universitätsbibliothek Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität, 2020. ISBN (Druck) 978-3-95925-152-5. - ISBN (Online): 978-3-95925-153-2. Online-Version: https://doi.org/10.5282/oph.8 unter Creative Commons Lizenz CC BY 4.0

Keywords

La Via Campesina, Agroecology, Food sovereignty, Critical pedagogy, Social movements, Alterglobalization, Brazilian Landless Workers' Movement (MST), Alternative pedagogy in rural extension

Item Type:Data
Subjects:Faculty for Languages and Literatures
Dewey Decimal Classification:300 Social sciences
300 Social sciences > 320 Plitical science
300 Social sciences > 330 Economics
ID Code:193
Deposited By: Andrea Dorner
Deposited On:10. Dec 2020 12:10
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