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      80 ANOS DE CIÊNCIAS SOCIAIS NA UFRJ: RELEMBRANDO O PIONEIRISMO DOS PROJETOS GRUPOS ECONÔMICOS (1962) E TRABALHADORES CARIOCAS (1987) Translated title: 80 YEARS OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AT UFRJ: REMEMBERING THE PIONEERING RESEARCH OF THE ECONOMIC GROUPS (1962) AND RIO WORKERS (1987) PROJECTS

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          Resumo Na ocasião em que as ciências sociais completam 80 anos de existência na UFRJ, este artigo comemora dois projetos de pesquisa pioneiros, realçando tanto sua repercussão nos debates sobre os temas do capital e do trabalho quanto seus efeitos na construção institucional das ciências sociais no Rio de Janeiro. A primeira dessas pesquisas, realizada no Instituto de Ciências Sociais na década de 1960, sob a coordenação de Maurício Vinhas de Queiroz, identificou pela primeira vez os grupos econômicos brasileiros e estrangeiros instalados no país; a segunda, sob a coordenação de Alice Rangel de Paiva Abreu e Elina Gonçalves da Fonte Pessanha, com início no final de 1980, revelou características do protagonismo político dos trabalhadores e da participação do Estado em grandes empresas além de abordar questões de gênero e juventude.

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          Abstract At the time the social sciences course at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro completes 80 years, this article commemorates two groundbreaking research projects highlighting their repercussion on debates on work and capital, as well as their influence on the institutionalization of the social sciences in Rio de Janeiro. The first one, conducted at the former Institute of Social Sciences in the 1960s under the supervision of Maurício Vinhas de Queiroz, identified for the first time the Brazilian and foreign economic groups established in the country. The second project, directed by Alice Rangel de Paiva Abreu and Elina Gonçalves da Fonte Pessanha, started in the late 1980s with a broad agenda: to disclose the political protagonism of workers, and State intervention ranging into enterprises, as well as to address gender and youth-related questions.

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                Sociologia & Antropologia
                Sociol. Antropol.
                Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil )
                2236-7527
                2238-3875
                April 2019
                : 9
                : 1
                : 297-312
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                Rio de Janeiro Rio de Janeiro orgnameUniversidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro Brazil glauciavboas@ 123456gmail.com
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                S2238-38752019000100297
                10.1590/2238-38752019v9115

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