"I believe that for researchers starting to venture into the field of cooperatives, the key is to break the paradigm of doctrine and seek theoretical support for their research. This does not mean completely ignoring (cooperativism) cooperative philosophy, but the researcher's personal beliefs must not influence the research findings."
The Brazilian Research and Studies Center strongly denounces the recent acts of violence and destruction committed by extremist right-wing groups in Brasília on January 8th.
These attacks on popular sovereignty and the rule of law caused significant damage to public property and the nation’s reputation, but they will not hamper the strength of our institutions.
If the elections were held today, the elected president would be Luis Inácio Lula da Silva, according to a new survey conducted by Datafolha this month.
Cooperation is a collective action between two or more people, for a common purpose. Records in cooperation exist throughout the history of humankind, and various forms of cooperation between humans have been noticed since antiquity. The action is as old as human relations. Every day individuals have helped each other to overcome obstacles or to defend themselves from the weather, diseases, hunger, misery, etc. This concept is also related to modern times and is used in organizations that are called cooperatives.
The academic committee of Brazilian Research and Studies received this week the excellent news that the ISSN of its blog was approved by the German National Library. The International Standard Serial Number makes it possible for the blog’s serial publications to be easily identified by library systems in several places. The ISSN is valid worldwide and serves as […]
The Brazilian Research Studies Center, in an effort to publicize the work done by researchers and research institutes, published in its blog some translations related to the coronavirus crisis. The texts were originally organized by the National Association of Postgraduate Studies in Social Sciences (ANPOCS), the Brazilian Society of Sociology (SBS), the Brazilian Association of Anthropology (ABA), the Brazilian Association of Political Science (ABCP) and the Association of Social Scientists of the Mercosur Religion (ACSRM).