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      Gênero, classe e raça Interseccionalidade e consubstancialidade das relações sociais Translated title: Gender, class and race: the intersectionality and consubstantiality of social relations

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          Uma das principais controvérsias atuais no campo dos estudos do trabalho e do gênero é a maneira de conceitualizar a interdependência das relações sociais de raça, sexo e classe, que alguns designam por "interseccionalidade", outros por "consubstancialidade". A controvérsia é apresentada a partir de uma perspectiva "situada", avessa à definição da ciência como objetiva e racional. A seguir, o conceito de consubstancialidade é aplicado à análise das relações de gênero, de raça e de classe no trabalho de care, trabalho material, técnico e emocional, em que essas relações aparecem imbricadas.

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          One of the principal controversies today in the field of labour and gender studies is the way in which the interdependence of the social relations of race, sex and class is conceptualized, with some authors appealing to "intersectionality" and others to "consubstantiality". The controversy is presented through a "situated" perspective that upturns the definition of science as objective and rational. The concept of consubstantiality is then applied to the analysis of gender relations, race relations and class relations in the care work, as well as the physical, technical and emotional work, in which these relations appear imbricated.

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                Tempo Social
                Tempo soc.
                Departamento de Sociologia da Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas da Universidade de São Paulo (São Paulo )
                1809-4554
                June 2014
                : 26
                : 1
                : 61-73
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                [1 ] Universidade de São Paulo Brazil
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                S0103-20702014000100005
                10.1590/S0103-20702014000100005
                8e0b7f92-df18-494a-9c8f-4a51e51a9e11
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