Great House Industry

This study it was carried through in a great textile industry, installed in the Paraba, being overcome as base the process of wiring used for this industry. For the recital of the studies and evaluation of the found parameters, it used if as referencial analytical to the worked theories and the reality found in the studied company. It was concluded use of the cotton colorful as used technological innovation in the textile industry, is viable, having a good performance of the raw material and of the wire, however, so that this if materialize is necessary that the raw material has a low percentage of wastefulness, an average fiber length and a satisfactory resistance. After that, although the economic progress, of the modernization of the State, the accumulation of capital and the hand of workmanship to be wage-earning instead of slave, we find an unevenness in the life conditions in which the opulncias are for few and difficulties are of many. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT This constatao is not very different of the colonial period that Freyre presented in them, since, even so the men are in structurally different a social specter, still we find a contrast between wealth and poverty.

In the period of the last time of the Great House & Senzala, became one of the ways to detect the agreement of the essence of the preconception of years 70 of century XX. Being thus, we perceive that the employers of So Paulo could have preferences for old men or women, young or, migrantes or no-migrantes, white or black, its option can result in such a way of economic motivations or for social and racial preconceptions. The sociologist Gilbert Freire said in its book ' ' House-Great & Senzala' ' , the following one that: it is the integrated study of the sociocultural complex that if constructed in the humid forest zone of the coastal northeastern of Brazil, on the basis of the latifundium cultivation of sugar cane-of-sugar, in the enslaved force of work, almost exclusively black; in the religiosidade impregnated catholic of aboriginal beliefs and practical Africans; in the patriarcal domain Mr.