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DIAS, Adelaide Alves; SOARES, Maria do Carmo de Moura Silva  e  OLIVEIRA, Maria Roberta de Alencar. Country Children: from invisibility to recognition as a subject of law. Rev. psicol. polít. [online]. 2016, vol.16, n.37, pp. 379-396. ISSN 1519-549X.

The aim of this article is to analyze how processes of silencing and invisibilization that historically characterized a construction of the children 's cultures of the rural children, imposed, subaltern forms of existence, by reviewing the concept of socialization. In light of the sociology of childhood and post-colonial studies, we start from the assumption of a childhood as a social category is a construction that implies a condition of life not only biological but cultural. Based on critical approaches from the intercultural theoretical perspective, it examines the existence of a plurality of child cultures in which as rural children are constructed and built in the relationships established with their peers, adults and the rural world to which they belong, considering the tension between rural and urban. After analysis developed from theoretical reflections made, we conclude that as tensions and contradictions that permeate the invisibility of rural children, even if marked by subalternization, also express the search for new ways and referential to the vision of a social subject.

Palavras-chave : Children's Cultures; Children of the Countryside; Sociology of Childhood; Postcolonial Studies; Critical Interculturality.

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