Classe social e produção de desigualdades: uma análise culturalista de classe

Eloisio Moulin de Souza
DOI: https://doi.org/10.21529/RECADM.2020008

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Este artigo analisa qual a relevância de classe social como marcador social para alunos de administração e como os alunos definem classe social, utilizando-se para essa análise a abordagem culturalista de classe. Para tanto, foram aplicados questionários e conduzidos grupos focais com um roteiro semiestruturado de entrevista junto aos alunos de graduação de administração, sendo os dados produzidos investigados por meio da análise de conteúdo. Conclui-se que, apesar de autores declararem a morte de classe como marcador social, classe é um marcador social identitário no contexto estudado, produzindo hierarquias e desigualdades econômicas, culturais e sociais. Em uma análise culturalista, os alunos de administração definem classe considerando tanto aspectos objetivos quanto subjetivos, declarando a relevância de classe em sociedades menos desenvolvidas e evidenciando o alto nível de estratificação social presente na sociedade brasileira.


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classe social; marcador social; desigualdades; alunos administração; abordagem cultural de classe


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