Difusão do trabalho agrícola formal no Brasil e sua dinâmica multiescalar
Bezerra, Juscelino Eudâmidas [UNESP]
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This paper aims to analyze the geographical dynamics of work from the spread of formal employment in the agricultural sector in Northeast Brazil. In recent years the region has had highlighted a growing movement to produce fruit for export, resulting in the promotion of important sociospatial transformations arising from the formation of a capitalist labor market. Data about the increase in the number of formal jobs show the impact of fruit growing agribusiness in the establishment of a new social and territorial division of labor. However, our study draws attention to the existence of a framework dominated for the vulnerability of the labor market by the persistence of seasonality and precarious working conditions.
Agribusiness, Brazil, Fruits, Labor market, Precarious working conditions, agricultural labor, agroindustry, capitalism, fruit production, labor market, vulnerability, working conditions
Investigaciones Geograficas, v. 76, p. 104-117.