Sustainable Development

PRIMITIVE AND TRADITIONAL SOCIETIES: An EXAMPLE the SERSEGUIDO FOR a SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Rita de Cssia Saucers Rodrigues 1 Summary the article analyzes the way of life of the etradicionais primitive populations uniting them it the developments sustainable. still, argues, exactly that resumidamente, on the etnoeconomia. For in such a way, it analyzes the study deCavalcanti (2001), without if restricting it. In the current ambient context, each time more important e, mainly, urgent becomes, to find novasformas of development. The form as the above-mentioned populations lives esobrevivem the thousand of years without attacking the way where they inhabit has if mostradoum support example to be followed.

Word-key: primitive and traditional populations; sustainable development. PRIMITIVEAND TRADITIONAL SOCIETIES: AN EXAMPLE YOU BE FOLLOWED WILL BE the MAINTAINABLEDEVELOPMENT Summary traditional The articleanalyzes the way of life of the primitive and populations formingan alliance them with the maintainable developments. It is still, it discusses, even if concisely, on the etnoeconomia. It will be alone much, it analyzes the study ofCavalcanti (2001), without restricting him. In the current environmentalcontext, he/she becomes lives and lives important and, mainly, urgent, you findnew development forms.

The form the foregoing populations lives and theysurvive thousands of years without attacking the middle where you/they live hasif shown the support example you be proceeded. Word-key: primitive and traditionalpopulations; maintainable development. Introduction the sustainable development if has become a challenge paraa society contemporary. The ambient, social problems, eeconmicos politicians are many and the solutions, until then, minimum and are limited. Asociedade each time more is developed prioritizing the economic increment, using itself of the natural resources without considering its limitations. Recursosnaturais related here is not only about the natural way, as it is frequentementealudido, but considering all the biticos and abiticos organisms and suasinterrelaes. Being the human being integrant and modificante part of this way. In the majority of the definitions, to develop itself sustentavelmentesignifica to know to use these resources of form that the same estejamdisponveis for the current and future generations.


It is understood, however that the exercise of partejar many times happens of precarious form, in places that still are not attended as it would have for the formal assistance to the health. The obstetricians are accurately in these places, working as health agents, dedicating its time and its lives. They walk under the sun or under the rain at any time of the day and the night to give to atendimentos and many remain in the invisibilidade, in full was technological. She considers yourself that this study she will be able to influence positively, oportunizando to rescue the importance of practical popular in health, as knowing of the common sense, that in this work, make reference to reference the practical one of the traditional obstetrician, making possible the inclusion and recognition of this professional in the practical ones of health it publishes and promotion of the health. For such, the study it makes use of the present introductory part to the boarded subject; of subtemas that they compose the development and deepening of the study and a conclusive part, that answers to the problem and the objectives of the research. MEMORIES OF THE ART OF PARTEJAR THROUGHOUT HISTORY. ' ' I was making, learning, when I had that to aparar my first son, already wise person of tudo' ' (BORGES, 2008, p.329).

The learning of the traditional obstetricians, related to the childbirth, is not acquired in formal education. They are necessary experiences, being the repassed learning of a more experienced obstetrician for one less experienced. Thus if of the o to know, last of a generation to another one and keeping registers in the memory of these actresses, they have even so not registered its history in books. This knowledge, that is acquired tacitly, verbally goes being last of one to another one, and even so they have not registered its to know in books, them keep in the memory the details of each procedure.