Felipe Rangel

Felipe Rangel
University of São Paulo | USP · Institute of Architecture and Urbanism (IAU) (São Carlos)

PhD
Researcher at the Center for Latin American Studies at the University of Chicago, funded by the Urban Studies Foundation

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16 Research Items
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Additional affiliations
March 2020 - present
Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Post-Doctoral Researcher in the Graduate Program in Sociology at UFSCar / Pesquisador de Pós-Doutorado no Programa de Pós-Graduação em Sociologia da UFSCar
March 2019 - February 2020
Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Associate Lecturer in the Sociology Department of UFSCar. - Sociology of Work - Introduction to Sociology
Education
March 2015 - June 2019
Universidade Federal de São Carlos
Field of study
  • Sociology of Work

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Publications (20)
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Este informe recopila nueve contribuciones originales sobre estrategias de base para preservar y mejorar los mercados populares. Cada contribución analiza estrategias desarrolladas por comunidades de comerciantes en Bolivia, México, Brasil, Argentina, Ecuador, Bulgaria, España y el Reino Unido para destacar el trabajo que sus organizaciones han rea...
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This report compiles nine original contributions concerning grassroots strategies to preserve and improve marketplaces. Each contribution analyses strategies developed by market trader communities in Bolivia, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Ecuador, Bulgaria, Spain, and the UK to foreground the critical work trader organisations have done to protect and...
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This thesis describes and analyses the recent transformations in the informal commerce in São Paulo, especially with regard to the changes in the work for the agents involved. Given that the term “informal commerce” evokes a myriad of work situations and various processes of circulation, I indicate here the specific segment of this universe with wh...
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More often than not, the idea of ‘informal commerce’ is associated with precariousness, informality, illegality, and poor product quality. This is the common representation of this market historically and systematically built based on everyday conversation, official discourse, and the media, which also tends to reinforce the aspects of insecurity a...
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Resenha de Flip-flop: a journey through globalisation’s backroads
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The main objective of this article is to discuss the transformations of work in the informal commerce of São Paulo, taking into account the recent formalization policies and the transition of these activities from the streets to shopping centers. I intend to discuss the effects of these transformations on the basis of the social trajectories of wor...
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Enrique de la Garza Toledo é professor da Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana do México e considerado um dos maiores pesquisadores na área de Sociologia do Trabalho no México e na América Latina. Entre os mais de quinze livros e centenas de artigos publicados, ofereceu importantes contribuições para o debate sobre industrialização, organização colet...
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Apresentação do dossiê Sociologia(s) do Trabalho
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Huw Beynon pode ser considerado um dos mais destacados sociólogos do trabalho do Reino Unido. Com uma longa carreira de pesquisas dedicadas principalmente ao estudo empírico do trabalho industrial, acumula reconhecimentos tanto no campo acadêmico como por meio da sua atuação política. Com passagem pelas universidades de Bristol, Southern Illinois,...
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L’objet de cet article est de discuter la question de la nouvelle informalité au Brésil, ainsi que de nourrir la réflexion sur les nouvelles identités sociales construites dans cette situation. En termes empiriques, notre découpage privilégie : a) le travail informel dans les pôles de production de l’habillement (confection et chaussures) ; b) le c...
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Esta pesquisa se propõe a refletir sobre as trajetórias ocupacionais de trabalhadores engajados em formas de comércio popular. Temos como pano de fundo as transformações capitalistas das últimas décadas, que desencadearam mudanças econômicas, tecnológicas e culturais cujos efeitos impactaram profundamente o trabalho como estruturador de identidades...
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Neste texto pretendemos analisar o trabalho informal no setor calçadista no Estado de São Paulo e seu crescimento a partir dos processos de deslocamento industrial e generalização da terceirização. Buscamos, também, verificar a influência dos discursos sobre empreendedorismo na valorização do trabalho autônomo. Para tanto, assumimos como recorte o...

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This project aims to analyze the transformations in popular ways of trade in São Paulo, having in mind the recent formalization policies of street vendors activities and the translation of these activities from the streets to the galleries. We intent to investigate the effects of these objective transformations on the worker's perspective about their occupation, establishing relations between these experiences and the national work market situation, reflecting about a possible "disenchantment of the wage condition", in face of the changes in the social position of the formal employment in the last decades. To do so, we shall do an ethnographic observation about the work in the trade galleries in Brás neighborhood, trying to retrace the social trajectories of the agents. From the field research, we will try to reflect upon not just the transformations in São Paulo's popular trade, but also about the more general changes in the world of work, that includes the dissemination of the neoliberal logic and the entrepreneur speech