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3,19). To work was a condition imposed for the correction due to one action condemned for God, thus was not conviction only for the body, as well as, for the psychological one of those individuals. The work could be understood as form of restriction to the freedom for the people who had committed some error, seen as a suffering, a method to inflict penalty to the individual that would have to suffer with resignation, physical pains and morais.1.2 the insertion of the woman in the Environment of trabalhoA feminine submission in the work environment has origin in the familiar education, since the antiquity, when the women were prepared to develop, with excellency, the domestic tasks and to serve the husbands. The subsistence of the house was a responsibility of the man, these all exerted the control of the house and took all the decisions. However, the World-wide Wars had constituted a historical fact transforming a little this scene.

With the death or mutilation of its husbands, who had been obliged to go to the battlefields, the women had been responsible for the sustenance of the family and, exactly in these conditions, they suffered discrimination with this new paper in the society. Later, with the dissemination of the capitalism, the feminine work suffered some alterations, due to industrialization and to the modernization of the machines, the women had been to work in the plants. Exactly reaching some benefits and ' ' amparadas' ' for the laws, the women had continued suffering to preconception and inaquality, also in the value of the wage and the horria load of work. With some rights fixed by laws, the suffering and the discrimination had continued to happen, praised for the machismo, many had been the lost battles, for the simple fact to be pertecerem to the feminine sex, friction ' ' sex frgil' '. Its capacity and intelligence had been discarded, for still being treated as objects, had inside remained of a world of inaquality and frustration, in a world that continued privileging more the men.

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