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Três experiências de inovação social em Santa Catarina

Three cases of social innovation in Santa Catarina

Lins, Hoyêdo Nunes;

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Inovações sociais costumam resultar do interesse ou necessidade de grupos de atores na busca de melhorias nas condições que, mais ou menos problemáticas, lhes marcam ou condicionam a existência ou as atividades protagonizadas. Esse é o ângulo da abordagem sobre Santa Catarina disponibilizada neste estudo, em que se fala da maricultura de moluscos bivalves praticada sobretudo no litoral de Florianópolis, da agroecologia e do agroturismo desenvolvidos nas Encostas da Serra catarinense, tendo como ambiente principal o município de Santa Rosa de Lima, e das respostas de pequenos produtores rurais do Oeste de Santa Catarina às adversidades criadas pela reestruturação da agroindústria de carnes regional. Escorando o trabalho em pesquisa bibliográfica e documental, constroi-se o texto procurando deixar claro que é de inovação social que se trata nas três experiências. Tal inovação exibe bases simultaneamente socioculturais e institucionais, e se apresenta impulsionada pela incidência de adversidades nos contextos em que floresceu.

Artigo:

In general, social innovations express the interest or need of actors regarding the search for improvements in their conditions of existence or work, conditions that may appear problematic. That is the approach employed in this study about Santa Catarina, in which attention is directed towards, firstly, bivalve mollusc production mainly on the coast of Florianópolis, secondly, agroecology and agrotourism carried out in the Encostas da Serra of Santa Catarina, especially in the municipality of Santa Catarina Rosa de Lima, and, thirdly, some responses of small rural producers of the west of Santa Catarina to problems caused by changes in meat processing activities operating in that region. The study is grounded on bibliographic and documental research, and the text is built as to argue that all the three experiences mean social innovation. Such experiences of innovation exhibit both sociocultural and institutional bases, and seem driven by the presence of adversities where they flourished.

Palavras-chave: Inovações sociais; Santa Catarina; Maricultura; Agroturismo; Associativismo,

Palavras-chave: Social innovations; Santa Catarina; Mariculture; Agrotourism; Associativism,

DOI: 10.5151/vi-enei-865

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Como citar:

Lins, Hoyêdo Nunes; "Três experiências de inovação social em Santa Catarina", p. 1434-1452 . In: Anais do VI Encontro Nacional de Economia Industrial e Inovação (ENEI): “Indústria e pesquisa para Inovação: novos desafios ao desenvolvimento sustentável”. São Paulo: Blucher, 2022.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/vi-enei-865

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