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Fotografia e desenvolvimento regional no Médio Vale do Itajaí

by Pollhein, Julio Cesar

Abstract (Summary)
The objective do work was to identify of that way the development da photograph contributed for the regional development do Average Valley do Itajaí, to break da européiasettling initiate in 1850. The work consisted initially numa bibliographical research, congregated a referencial theoretical that gave to support à research. To reach the longed for objectives appealed na searches to a field work, becomingfullfilled itself a collection of data us cities of Blumenau, Timbó, Indaial, Ascurra and Rodeio. The analysis of the documentary photograph as source of data, was carried through from a work of systematization of the collected photos, placing itself in a chronological order it stopslater crossing with information of those joined ones in the public and particular archives. The interviews had been carried through with base in a survey of field of verbal history and the proper photographs of the authors had been used to awake the memory and to become the interview most complete. Beyond photographers of German origin, it was identified to the presence of photographers of Italian origin us cities of Rodeio and Ascurra, regions where if comings hadinstalled Italian families do Tirol.These photos had resulted in a register of images on the e region its inhabitants.Existing relation between the photograph and the regional development from its analysis and of its content was possible to prove it. The photographs had characterized diversemoments of the history of the e region contributed for its development and the affirmation of the identity of its inhabitants
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Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Marilda Rosa Galvão Checcucci Gonçalves da Silva; Luiz Felipe Falcão; Maria Luiza Renaux

School:Universidade Regional de Blumenau

School Location:Brazil

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:photograph regional development

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Date of Publication:03/31/2005

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