Origens e influências da economia feminista: uma análise bibliométrica e de conteúdo

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https://doi.org/10.5007/2175-8085.2020.e71527

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Economia feminista, Pesquisa bibliométrica, Análise de conteúdo, Tradições econômicas

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O presente trabalho objetiva encontrar, através da pesquisa bibliométrica e da Análise de Conteúdo, pontos de diálogo entre as teorias feministas e outras tradições teóricas, buscando maneiras de aproximar e fomentar o diálogo entre estas. Para isto, retoma-se a gênese dos estudos em economia feminista, para estabelecer as inspirações teóricas fundamentais para a economia feminista e mapear com quais tradições houve proximidade e de que forma se deu esta conexão. Nos primórdios do desenvolvimento da teoria feminista houve importante influência de tradições teóricas da área da economia, com destaque para a teoria marxista e a teoria neoclássica, bem como da sociologia, especificamente a teoria social feminista e sua vertente marxista.

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