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Title: Planejamento e diversidade: as mazelas da medicina social no ‘país da cordialidade’
Other Titles: Planning and diversity: social medicine problems in the “cordiality´s country”
Keywords: Medicina social
Hábitos e costumes
Planejamento social
Diversidade cultural
Social medicine
Habits and customs
Social planning
Cultural diversity
Issue Date: 2009
Publisher: Pontífica Universidade Católica do Paraná
Citation: GUIMARÃES, A. C. M.; VILLARTA-NEDER, M. A. Planejamento e diversidade: as mazelas da medicina social no ‘país da cordialidade’. Revista Brasileira de Gestão Urbana, Curitiba, v. 1, n. 2, p. 235-244, jul./dez. 2009.
Abstract: The issue of public-private relationship has long occupied by the staff of the Brazilian Social Sciences, having produced such classics as the book Raízes do Brasil by Sergio Buarque de Hollanda. In works like this, we emphasize the difficulty of Brazil to assume a behavior governed by impersonal rules. In front of them, are deployed expedients as the “you know with who he is talking to” and “jeitinho” by putting the relationship on the strength of individual projects that relate to healing customs. In its purpose studied, which extends to individual habits, the Social Medicine often had to face the warmth and rigid demarcation between public and private life in the United States. If, in terms of history, we find these forces acting in the “Revolt of the vaccine” in literature, we found the character Simon blunderbuss, the work O alienista that Machado de Assis published in the form of Serial, between 1881 and 1882, the example of the clash between two different ethical, that of cordiality, defined by Sergio Buarque de Hollanda and the pulse of modern science planner.
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