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This article initially addresses the conception of the web-enabled database Landless Voices (Vieira, 2003) as a contribution to Cultural Studies and, crucially, to the understanding of the relational workings of Brazil's complex and regionally diverse culture of landlessness, and to the validation of the cultural self-expression of the sem-terra/Sem Terra. Secondly, it analyzes speculative data obtained from prospective primary teachers being trained at the Federal University of Paraná, Brazil,doi:10.1590/0104-4060.39850 fatcat:auretdfhazglldvdwl5hmt22w4