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(DES)FETICHIZAÇÃO DO PRODUTIVISMO ACADÊMICO: DESAFIOS PARA O TRABALHADOR-PESQUISADOR

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Author(s): Ana Maria Netto Machado | Lucídio Bianchetti

Journal: RAE : Revista de Administração de Empresas
ISSN 0034-7590

Volume: 51;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 244;
Date: 2011;
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Keywords: Academic productivity | worker-researcher | economics | human and social sciences | long-lasting history

ABSTRACT
Worker-researchers complain that they have to do more than they want or can. They criticize, but stick with it. Analyses of academicproductivity hold international and Brazilian organisms (such as CAPES) and the current system responsible; and not without reason. But the results are scant changes and resignation. In this work we examine how, starting in the 19th century, the complex ‘social engineering’ that commands the world with its overlapping of long-lasting historical processes was structured. The rise of human and social sciences and the commitments they sealed with governments and business men early on is emphasized. The election of Education, Science and Technology as central to promoting economic and social progress reduced the University, predominantly to the role of executor (thinking itself to be autonomous, it is a hostage). While itis capital that needs the knowledge generated by the worker-researchers to reproduce itself, the latter experience the intensification and alienation of their work; such dependence points to the challenge of exercising their power

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