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Estado e corporações nos EUA da Era Progressiva : um estudo exploratorio

Maita de Paula e Silva
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 29/03/2004 PT
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Neste trabalho, questionamos a veracidade do difundido "modelo político americano", que apregoa os malefícios da interferência do Estado na economia pública e a redução desta interlerência como única solução para as nações contemporâneas. Na primeira parte deste trabalho, procuramos mostrar como a atividade do poder público, federal e/ou federado, se fez sentir nos EUA desde a formação da Nação (século XVIII) e, mais fortemente, durante o período de maior desenvolvimento econômico dos EUA, a chamada Era Progressiva (1890-1920). Num período em que as transformações demográficas e as inovações tecnológicas impulsionam o desenvolvimento econômico numa velocidade não prevista e numa escala inadministrável pela estrutura estatal existente, evidencia-se um movimento constante no sentido da concentração do poder econômico em um número de mãos cada vez menor, transformando uma economia de produtores competitivos relativamente pequenos numa economia dominada por uma oligarquia de empresas gigantescas. A publicação de escândalos de corrupção leva o público a pressionar por um controle público sobre as grandes empresas. É quando, através de batalhas judiciais na Suprema Corte e nas cortes e legislativos estaduais...

Here I stand : a long [r]evolution. Ideology, culture and curriculum : Michael Apple and progressive critical studies

Paraskeva, João M.
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
Publicado em //2004 POR
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Tese doutoramento em Educação - Especialidade de Desenvolvimento Curricular.; O trabalho que aqui se apresenta surge na sequência da dissertação de mestrado que tivemos oportunidade efectuar - As dinâmicas dos conflitos ideológicos e culturais na fundamentação do currículo1 - e propõe uma análise em torno da contributo tanto do trabalho, como do pensamento de Michael Apple no campo da educação, em geral e do currículo, em particular. Para a consecução deste nosso objectivo estruturamos a nossa investigação em 6 capítulos, a saber: Methodology and the Power of the Personal; Here I Stand; General Tensions in the Curriculum Field I; General Tensions in the noção de cultura como artefacto ordinário. Um e outro, conferem ao pensamento e obra de Michael Apple um cheque de credibilidade para os argumentos que constrói e desconstroi em torno de determinadas questões, nomeadamente, o conhecimento curricular e os fundamentos do triunfalismo das políticas da Nova Direita. Uma vez identificadas e tratadas não só a relevância curricular e o conceitos de hegemonia como radicais inquestionáveis no pensamento e obra de Michael Apple, como ainda a maternidade sócio política das três obras Ideology and Curriculum...

Pragmatismo em filosofia, realismo em direito e o duplo assalto à economia política clássica: as bases do First Law and Economics Movement na Progressive Era Americana (1880-1930)

Copetti Neto,Alfredo
Fonte: Programa de Pós-Graduação em Direito da Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina Publicador: Programa de Pós-Graduação em Direito da Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/12/2012 PT
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O presente ensaio visa discorrer sobre o chamado First Law and Economics Movement, vinculado à Progressive Era Americana, cuja concepção possibilitou uma ruptura paradigmática na prática jurídica dos Estados Unidos. Juristas e economistas se uniram para desvendar, por um lado, as posições nitidamente economicistas assumidas pela Suprema Corte Americana no início do século XX, fundadas na economia do laissez-faire e justificadas, contrário senso, como meramente formalistas; por outro, buscaram propor a interação de ambas as disciplinas (direito e economia) para potencializar a consideração dos aspectos histórico-sociais das decisões judiciais e, com isso, abrir vista à discussão acerca da possibilidade de se redefinir os fundamentos econômicos do bem-estar geral da sociedade. Nesse sentido, enaltece- se, por consequência, a existência de um movimento econômico do (ao) direito de cunho progressista e nitidamente anterior aquele iniciado na década de 60 do século XX pela University of Chicago.

Making human junk: child labor as a health issue in the Progressive Era.

Derickson, A
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /09/1992 EN
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The adverse health effects of work on approximately 2 million employed children troubled many in the United States during the early 20th century. Advocates of reform initially built a rationale for protective legislation primarily from informal, lay observations of the broad developmental outcomes of premature employment. In this endeavor, they projected a dismal scenario of impending national deterioration. This argument received strong criticism for the inadequacy of its corroborating evidence. In response, Progressive reformers emphasized the specific, measurable consequences of particular occupations. Increasingly, liberal advocates of the exclusion of boys and girls from the work force drew upon statistical compilations of occupational injuries and illnesses diagnosed by physicians. Despite their turn toward scientism, Progressives remained somewhat ambivalent about the sufficiency of quantitative data alone to achieve their aims.

White Slavery, Whorehouse Riots, Venereal Disease, and Saving Women: Historical Context of Prostitution Interventions and Harm Reduction in New York City during the Progressive Era

Smolak, Alex
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Harm reduction and structural approaches to reduce HIV risk among sex workers face several barriers. One such barrier is based on moral argument, and it has a rich historical context. This paper will examine the historical context of interventions with sex workers in New York City during the Progressive Era (1890–1920). Present at the time, though under a different name, the harm reduction approach was largely dismissed. These same moral underpinnings may be active today in driving interventions and policy toward those that are morally focused and away from those that focus on harm reduction and structural change.

MARGARET SANGER, BIRTH CONTROL, AND THE EUGENICS MOVEMENTS: CHANGES IN HISTORIOGRAPHICAL INTERPRETATIONS

Engs, Ruth Clifford
Fonte: Universidade de Indiana Publicador: Universidade de Indiana
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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This paper is on the historiography of Margaret Sanger and the Eugenics Movement of the early 20th century. As the eugenics movement became demonized over the twentieth century, so did Sanger. A draft of a chapter: Engs, R. C. "EUGENICS, IMMIGRATION RESTRICTION AND THE BIRTH CONTROL MOVEMENTS." In: Katherine A.S. Sibley (ed.), A Companion to Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge, and Herbert Hoover. Wiley Online Library: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. is found at IUSholarworks Repository: http://hdl.handle.net/2022/19003; Other historical PUBLICATIONS and PAPERS including the origins of drinking patterns and attitudes in western Europe from antiquity and the influence of the Roman Empire, its continued influence on modern society including American Prohibition and temperance cycles, alcohol control policies, attitudes and beverage preferences due to religion, climate, and European homeland can be found at the following IUScholarWorks links: https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/handle/2022/17129/browse?type=title; https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/handle/2022/17132/browse?type=title; https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/handle/2022/17136/browse?type=title; http://hdl.handle.net/2022/17452; http://hdl.handle.net/2022/17143; http://hdl.handle.net/2022/17139; http://hdl.handle.net/2022/17145; http://hdl.handle.net/2022/17148; http://hdl.handle.net/2022/17149; http://hdl.handle.net/2022/17484; http://hdl.handle.net/2022/17485; http://hdl.handle.net/2022/17590; The eugenics movement was embraced by most middle class and professionals during the 1920s. Conflicting interpretations of Sanger...

Women's culture and community: Religion and reform in Galveston, 1880-1920

Turner, Elizabeth Hayes
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 504 p.; application/pdf
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Questioning why some white women in the South identified with Progressive reform movements, or became suffragists, provides the impetus for this case study based on women's organizations in Galveston, Texas. By employing the technology devised by urban historians to complement the already well-established methodologies of women 5 historians, this study explores two aspects of women's history--the roots of southern women's reform and the evolution of a Progressive era women's community stemming out of women's culture. Unlike previous studies, which argue that women from evangelical churches and the Women's Christian Temperance Union fueled the movement toward woman suffrage in the South, evidence from Galveston shows that suffrage leaders did not stem from evangelical churches but from elitist Episcopal and Presbyterian churches. Women from these churches had gained their experience in church-based associations whose focus was community-wide and addressed the dislocations caused by urbanization. In nearly every case, class and privilege determined civic leadership among white women rather than evangelical zeal, and from the start their interest was in societal betterment rather than in winning converts. The concept of women's culture and its evolution--the movement of women and their values...

Earnest women: The white woman's club movement in Progressive Era Texas, 1880-1920

Seaholm, Megan
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 624 p.; application/pdf
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In the late nineteenth century the lives of many white middle- and upper-class women were transformed by the woman's club movement. The club movement became the crucible in which the ideology of "true womanhood" was infused with new content, relevance, and meaningfulness for non-wage-earning women in modern America. As a significant, but largely unchronicled, aspect of both the turn-of-the-century "woman's movement" and the early-twentieth-century Progressive movement, the work and the experience of club women constitute an important aspect of the history of American women, the history of Progressive Era reform, and the cultural history of the United States. White middle- and upper-class women in Texas were enthusiastic participants in this movement beginning with the creation of self-culture clubs in the 1880s and 1890s and continuing into the twentieth century with a dynamic, elaborately organized, and reform-oriented union of clubs, the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs. Texas club women energetically committed themselves to the reclamation of their communities convinced that womanly values were crucial for enlightened progress. At the municipal, state, and national level, white Texas club women were among the most ardent of Progressive Era reformers. Texas club women maximized their resources of leisure time and class status to compensate for their political disabilities. These resources enabled club women to initiate projects that they would later become public responsibilities. The prodigious activity of the state federation emerged from an unarticulated quartet of political strategies: the Politics of Righteousness...

The regressive era: Progressive Era tax reform and the National Tax Association--roots of the modern American tax structure. (Volumes I and II)

Ellis, Albert Luther, III
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 603 p.; application/pdf
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The National Tax Association (1907) successfully led more well-known Progressive Era reform groups (National Municipal League, Civic Federation, Bar and Economics Associations and others) in advocating twenty-eight "classified" (discriminatory) taxes--examined in statutory detail, with debate. Supplanting constitutionally mandated, uniform-rate, shared state/local general property taxation and the federal tariff, NTA Model Laws with varying bases, rates, loopholes, methods of assessment, administration, and collection for separate levels of government supervised by newly-created "independent" State Tax Commissions reflected the NTA's classified tariff model, Republican roots, and business interests of its leadership. Classification produced the distributive tax politics imbedded in today's American tax "structure"--composed entirely of NTA reforms supported by its supply-side, class-based, European-generated rationales. NTA reformers used seven "tax incentive" arguments supporting selective tax relief, reflecting their restricted membership, procedures, and funding sources. Results show intangibles investors and businesses (banking, insurance, securities) and other "regulated" concentrated industries (public service corporations) benefitting from NTA reforms reducing intangibles and selected tangible tax burdens (timber industry) via relief from personal property taxation replaced by "net" earnings taxation and one-time recording or stumpage fees--in lieu of yearly personal property taxes based on total asset value. Highly competitive industries producing tangible goods (manufacturing...

William Louis Poteat, "A thinker in the South": Religion, reform, and education in the Progressive-Era South

Hall, Randal Lee
Fonte: Universidade Rice Publicador: Universidade Rice
Tipo: Thesis; Text Formato: 470 p.; application/pdf
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William Louis Poteat (1856-1938) was a prominent educator, Progressive reformer, and leader in the Baptist denomination in North Carolina. He was the son of a slaveholder and grew up on a large tobacco plantation in Caswell County, North Carolina. From 1872 until 1877 he attended Wake Forest College, a Baptist school near Raleigh. He returned there in 1878 as a tutor and soon became a largely self-taught professor of biology. His introduction to modern science forced him to liberalize somewhat his conservative religious beliefs. He was a rarity in the South for openly teaching evolution beginning in the 1880s and was widely known among Southern Baptists for his advocacy of social Christianity. He led numerous campaigns for reform during the Progressive era on subjects including prohibition, public education, child labor, race relations, care of the insane, and eugenics. From 1905 until 1927 he served as president of Wake Forest College and guided the college based on a philosophy of Christian culture, a contrast to the zeal for practical training that simultaneously swept through the New South's state universities. In 1920 conservative Tarheel Baptists began to criticize Poteat for teaching his liberal (for the region) views on science and religion. He withstood assaults in 1920...

O efeito de práticas sociais com leitura e escrita em um caso de afasia progressiva : (re)encontros; The efect of social practices with reading and writing in a case of progressive aphasia : (re)encounters

Larissa Picinato Mazuchelli
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 28/09/2012 PT
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Ao retomarmos a história da afasiologia, observamos que a linguagem oral, até o século XIX, era reduzida a um ato motor e a escrita era vista unicamente como simulacro da fala. Essas concepções ainda estão presentes, contudo, na literatura neurolinguística tradicional, que não apenas dicotomiza a relação entre oralidade e escrita, mas baseia-se em características de uma escrita normativa padrão para avaliar a linguagem de sujeitos afásicos - geralmente de forma superficial e com a consequente patologização de fenômenos que caracterizam processos normais. Na contramão dessas tendências, este estudo de caso fundamenta-se na Neurolinguística de orientação enunciativo-discursiva, em que a linguagem é concebida como um fenômeno sócio-histórico, uma atividade humana, lugar de interação e interlocução de sujeitos, indeterminada, incompleta e passível de (re)interpretação, em que tanto o sujeito quanto ela própria se constituem em um movimento dinâmico. Tendo esses princípios como cenário, o objetivo deste trabalho é discutir o impacto dos episódios neurológicos na vida do sujeito AJ que há mais de dez anos dribla as dificuldades impostas por uma afasia progressiva - assim caracterizada uma vez que prevalecem os indícios do agravamento dos sinais (sintomas) reconhecidamente relacionados ao chamado "declínio cognitivo"...

A era da comunidade educativa, ter voz na escola participada: contributo para uma análise da participação dos diferentes actores na administração da escola secundária no (contexto do DL 172/91), segundo a óptica da metáfora política

Bento, Domingos Alberto Macedo da Silva
Fonte: Universidade de Évora Publicador: Universidade de Évora
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
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A participação na vida da escola, alargada a todos os actores da Comunidade Educativa, revelou-se como uma das inovações essenciais instituídas (decretadas) no desenho do modelo experimental de administração, direcção e gestão das escolas não superiores. Esta derradeira componente da denominada Reforma do Sistema Educativo que não foi generalizada, após a sua experimentação, parecia visar a ultrapassagem das crónicas insuficiências e limitações inerentes à gestão das escolas, num quadro de uma progressiva autonomia e desafiando os actores da Comunidade a exercer, através de um órgão representativo da mesma (a direcção), um controlo (avaliação) intemo sobre a gestão praticada (Director Executivo). A margem de liberdade concedida à escola pressupunha um processo gradual de conquistas de novos espaços de autonomia e a progressiva e inerente devolução de poderes à referida Comunidade. A triangulação estratégica de poderes tendo como vértices a direcção (Conselho de Escola), a gestão (Director Executivo) e a administração central/regional (Ministério da Educação) arquitectava-se segundo um modelo por muitos considerados como espartilhante. Tal geometria organizacional determinou a opção por uma abordagem deste problema...

The Psychotechnics of Everyday Life: Hugo Münsterberg and the Politics of Applied Psychology, 1887-1917

Blatter, Jeremy Todd
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
Tipo: Thesis or Dissertation
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This dissertation examines the relationship between experimental psychology and everyday life through the prism of Hugo Münsterberg and the Harvard Psychological Laboratory during the Progressive Era. Catalyzed by calls from the burgeoning educational community in the 1890s, academic psychologists were increasingly drawn into diverse cultural and political debates bearing on diverse facets of social reform and modernization. Educators, for example, courted psychologists to improve pedagogical techniques. Advertisers sought insight into the consumer mind. Electric utility companies even hired psychological consultants in studying street lighting conditions. At the same time, there was also pushback to such psychological interventions. Many lawyers, for example, opposed psychologists' incursions into the courtroom. Labor advocates protested psychotechnics as the handmaiden of industry. And vocational counselors favored common sense guidance to impersonal psychological tests. By tracing these debates over the place of psychological expertise in an array of contested sites, this dissertation argues that Münsterberg's psychotechnical movement represented a radical new view of the psychologist as an expert in modernization responsible for identifying...

LUCY PAGE GASTON: The forgotten anti-smoking educator of the turn of the 20th century's Clean Living Movement

Engs, Ruth C.
Fonte: Universidade de Indiana Publicador: Universidade de Indiana
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
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This paper is a short biography of Lucy Page Gaston and early twentieth-century progressive era clean living movement crusader for the elimination of tobacco and cigarettes in America.; Lucy Page Gaston (1860-1924) was born in Illinois of staunch abolitionist and prohibitionist She considered herself the “Carry Nation” (the hatchet-wielding anti-saloon and alcohol crusader) of tobacco reform. Gaston campaigned to make smoking and tobacco illegal and founded several lobbying groups for this effort including the National Anti-Cigarette League. A number of states passed legislation against smoking and tobacco during the Progressive Era due to her efforts. Most of these laws were repealed by the 1930s. She coined the term "coffin nails" for cigarettes. Gaston ran for president of the United States on the anti-tobacco platform but withdrew before the election. Ironically she died of throat cancer.

Progressivism's Aesthetic Education: The Bildungsroman and the Struggle for the American School, 1890-1920

Raber, Jesse Benjamin
Fonte: Harvard University Publicador: Harvard University
Tipo: Thesis or Dissertation
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During the Progressive Era, literary writers such as Abraham Cahan, Willa Cather, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman engaged with ideas emerging from the newly consolidated educational profession about art's capacity to mediate between individual and social development. These ideas varied widely in their philosophical, pedagogical, and political implications, but all reinforced the authority of professional educators at the expense of democratically elected boards of education. Novels working through these ideas can be usefully theorized as Bildungsromane if the definition of the Bildungsroman is refined to be more sensitive to the wide range of educational philosophies that can inform it, and to the range of attitudes, from critical to worshipful, that it can assume toward these philosophies. This reimagining of the genre opens up the possibility that the Bildungsroman, and the Bildung idea more broadly, can have a more positive political valence than most scholars have acknowledged. In particular, a viable project of aesthetic education can be discerned in the philosophy of John Dewey, although it lacks a clear literary corollary.

Military Service, Combat, and American Identity in the Progressive Era

LUKASIK, SEBASTIAN HUBERT
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: 2633722 bytes; application/pdf
Publicado em 29/09/2008 EN_US
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During the First World War, approximately two million troops served with the American Expeditionary Forces (AEF), the army that functioned as the material and symbolic focal point of America's commitment to the defeat of the Central Powers. This dissertation examines the impact of training, active service and combat on the social identity of the draftees and volunteers who comprised the AEF. Reigning historiography has generally minimized the importance of those experiences as factors in the formation of distinct socio-cultural allegiances among American participants of the Great War. Instead, it has stressed the historical context of Progressive-Era reforms as the key to understanding the development of corporate identity among American soldiers in the years 1917 - 1919. This body of scholarship maintains that soldiers interpreted the meaning of their war service, and evaluated their relationship with each other and with the mainstream of American civil society, through the prism of the Progressive rhetoric of social engineering, national rejuvenation, and moral "uplift" to which they had been exposed from the moment of their induction. Exposure to the optimistic slogans of Progressive reform, coupled with the brevity of America's active involvement in the conflict...

Cities of Comrades: Urban Disasters and the Formation of the North American Progressive State

Remes, Jacob Aaron Carliner
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação
Publicado em //2010
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A fire in Salem, Mass., in 1914 and an explosion in Halifax, N.S., in 1917 provide an opportunity to explore working-class institutions and organizations in the United States-Canada borderlands. In a historical moment in which the state greatly expanded its responsibility to give protection and rescue to its citizens, after these two disasters ordinary survivors preferred to depend on their friends, neighbors, and family members. This dissertation examines which institutions--including formal organizations like unions and fraternal societies as well as informal groups like families and neighborhoods--were most relevant and useful to working-class survivors. Families, neighbors, friends, and coworkers had patterns and traditions of self-help, informal order, and solidarity that they developed before crisis hit their cities. Those traditions were put to unusual purposes and extreme stress when the disasters happened. They were also challenged by new agents of the state, who were given extraordinary powers in the wake of the disasters. This dissertation describes how the working-class people who most directly experienced the disasters understood them and their cities starkly differently than the professionalized relief authorities.

Using a wide array of sources--including government documents...

The United States as a Developing Country Studies in U.S. History in the Progressive Era and the 1920

Jancso, Istvan
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas, D. História Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas, D. História
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 30/07/1992 POR
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SKLAR, Martin J. The United States as a Developing Country Studies in U.S. History in the Progressive Era and the 1920.

Pragmatismo em Filosofia, Realismo em Direito e o Duplo Assalto à Economia Política Clássica: as bases do First Law and Economics Movement na Progressive Era Americana (1880-1930); Pragmatism in Philosophy, Realism in Law and the Double Assault on Classical Political Economy: the foundations of the First Law and Economics Movement in American Progressive Era America (1880-1930);

Copetti Neto, Alfredo; Unijuí
Fonte: Fundação José Arthur Boiteux Publicador: Fundação José Arthur Boiteux
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
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http://dx.doi.org/10.5007/2177-7055.2012v33n65p209O presente ensaio visa discorrer sobre o chamado First Law and Economics Movement, vinculado à Progressive Era Americana, cuja concepção possibilitou uma ruptura paradigmática na prática jurídica dos Estados Unidos. Juristas e economistas se uniram para desvendar, por um lado, as posições nitidamente economicistas assumidas pela Suprema Corte Americana no início do século XX, fundadas na economia do  laissez-faire e justificadas, contrário senso, como meramente formalistas; por outro, buscaram propor a interação de ambas as disciplinas (direito e economia) para potencializar a consideração dos aspectos histórico--sociais das decisões judiciais e, com isso, abrir vista à discussão acerca da possibilidade de se redefinir os fundamentos econômicos do bem--estar geral da sociedade. Nesse sentido, enaltece-se, por consequência, a existência de um movimento econômico do (ao) direito de cunho progressista e nitidamente anterior aquele iniciado na década de 60 do século XX pela University of Chicago.; This essay aims to discuss the so--called First Law and Economics Movement, linked to the American Progressive Era, whose design allowed a paradigmatic rupture in the american legal practice. Lawyers and economists have joined together to unravel by one hand...

O surgimento do institucionalismo norte-americano de Thorstein Veblen: economia política, tempo e lugar

Cavalieri, Marco Antonio Ribas
Fonte: Universidade Estadual de Campinas - Instituto de Economia - Setor de Publicações Publicador: Universidade Estadual de Campinas - Instituto de Economia - Setor de Publicações
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Artigo Avaliado pelos Pares; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 11/12/2015 POR
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Tomando Thorstein Veblen como autor de um sistema original de economia política, este artigo explora as conexões entre o contexto social e a estrutura do método e da teoria que o fundador do institucionalismo propôs. Dentro disso, duas ideias se destacam: analisar o sistema vebleniano, tomando predominantemente por base o capítulo introdutório de seu livro de 1914, The Instinct of Workmanship and the State of Industrial Arts, aqui considerado como a mais clara exposição de sua economia política; e, em consonância com um conjunto de interpretações historiográficas do tempo e do lugar de Veblen, expor a estrutura da sua proposta teórico-metodológica como reflexo dessas condições contextuais. Abstract The emergence of Thorstein Veblen’s north American institutionalism: political economy, time and place Taking Thorstein Veblen as the author of an original system of political economy, this article explores the connections between the social context and the structure of his method and theory. Within this, two ideas take precedence: to approach the veblenian system predominately based on the introductory chapter of his 1914 book, The Instinct of Workmanship and the State of Industrial Arts, which is considered as the clearest exposure of his political economy; and...