Inovação e bricolagem sociais com intermediação após um desastre em Córrego d’Antas

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Edmilson Lima
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1833-8742
Reed Nelson
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7460-0488

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Estudamos como uma comunidade brasileira respondeu a um desastre com várias inovações sociais (IS) propiciadas por bricolagem social e intermediação com stakeholders. O artigo busca explicar tais processos e sua inter-relação. A abordagem metodológica foi majoritariamente indutiva, utilizando entrevistas abertas e semiestruturadas e análise documental, além da experiência do autor principal, que residiu na localidade antes, durante e após o desastre. Nossos resultados sugerem que este abalou o equilíbrio social da comunidade de diversas maneiras e desencadeou ondas subsequentes de IS ligadas a bricolagem social e intermediação, as quais se amenizaram parcialmente ao longo do tempo. A originalidade e o valor do artigo derivam do contexto único e negligenciado de recuperação pós-desastre em um país emergente e da aplicação de avanços na conceitualização da intermediação e de sua relação com a bricolagem social e a IS.

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Lima, E., & Nelson, R. (2021). Inovação e bricolagem sociais com intermediação após um desastre em Córrego d’Antas. Revista De Administração Pública, 55(3), 594–624. https://doi.org/10.1590/0034-761220200123
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