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Table 2

The different semantic groups with the most frequent induced words and the number of words according to the level of involvement in associations of the 54 producers’ families.

Les différents groupes sémantiques avec les mots induits les plus fréquents et leur nombre suivant le degré d’implication dans les associations des 54 familles de producteurs.

Semantic groups Most frequent induced words Involvement degree Total

High Important Little No
Fulfillment Love of the profession, quality of life, satisfaction, proudness, pleasure 11 12 16 18 57
Typicality Localization, natural pastures, cheese flavor, climate, region, raw milk, particularity, typicality, Rio Grande do Sul 21 10 9 7 46
Tradition Family, ancestors, history, tradition, know-how, culture, conservation, roots 14 13 13 6 46
Quality Sanity, hygiene, cheese quality, cleanness 12 11 19 7 39
Subsistence Savings, necessity, livelihood, revenue, survival, salary 6 8 9 12 35
Work Whim, work, courage, devotion, effort, schedules, demanding 16 2 8 8 34
Legalization Label, inspection, regulation, fine, law, hide, stolen, stamp 1 4 4 14 23
Identity Man of the country, everyday life, small scale producer, owner, producer 7 4 6 2 19
Difficulty Difficulty, sacrifice, high cost, problem, little value, without perspective 2 1 7 8 18
Singularity of the producer We, own farm, producer’s name, originality 3 0 2 0 5
Diversification Diversification 0 2 1 1 4
Learning Experience exchange, learning, qualification, social network 1 1 2 0 4
Market Demand, market 0 1 2 0 3
Succession Succession 1 1 0 1 3

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