Query : Educación popular
- Diego Alejandro Muñoz Gaviria6
- Facultad de Humanidades y Ciencias de la Educación,5
- Denise Marcos Bussoletti4
- Isaura Isabel Conte4
- Lebon, Francis4
- Walter Frantz4
- Cari Merkley3
- Elaine Corrêa Pereira3
- Equipo Editorial3
- Ivanilde Apoluceno de Oliveira3
- Laura Santillán3
- Marta Maria Araujo3
- Miriam Sonlleva Velasco3
- Samuel Penteado Urban3
- Yolanda Puyana Villamizar3
- Alan Ricardo Costa2
- Alberto Carlos de Souza2
- Alejandra Rasse2
- History, Philosophy and Sociology of Sciences683
- Gender Studies192
- Social Anthropology and Ethnology190
- Art and Art History151
- Musicology and Performing Arts143
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- Cultural Heritage and Museology117
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- Architecture and Space Management81
- Methods and Statistics81
- Biological Anthropology46
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- Environmental studies14
- Classical Studies11
Neither by chance, nor planned. : Gender, sexuality and childbearing during youth in Russia (1970s-2010s)
This study addresses, from a sociological and sociohistorical point of view, the transitions to adulthood of two generations of Russian women by focusing on their entry into sexuality, into conjugality and into motherhood. Interviews were held in Moscow and in Saint Petersburg with women (N=32) and...
Popular education and moving images in the interwar
Capturing the temporal constraints of gradual patterns
Gradual pattern mining allows for extraction of attribute correlations through gradual rules such as: “the more X, the more Y”. Such correlations are useful in identifying and isolating relationships among the attributes that may not be obvious through quick scans on a data set. For instance, a rese...
Politics, the savant and the people The politics, the savant and the people: The establishment of a canon of popular songs of French national tradition in the nineteenth century mitan
This article proposes a re-visit of the ‘Fortoul survey’, a collection of popular poetry carried out in France under the auspices of the Ministry of Public Instruction and Cultes between 1852 and 1877. In contrast to a dominant historical reading which considers that, at that time, the definition of...
Exhibiting intangible heritage in a museum : the Voices of Africa experience
International audience Museums are places for education, but they can also offer opportunities for cross-cultural discovery. With a focus on enhancing the impact of our own research, this paper describes the experience of mounting an exhibition at the Musée d’Ethnographie de Bordeaux on the theme Vo...
The dual reality of the sports world
National audience The unprecedented engagement for sport is increasingly being invested, both financially and politically and symbolic. A major media celebration of globalisation, the latest football World Cup in South Africa once again revealed the dual reality of sport: on the one hand, the actual...
Paulo Freire and Social Education: references to transformative education
Summary: Paulo Freire, one of the most important Brazilian theory in the history of education, left a legacy that until today’s days inspire and guide practices in different areas of knowledge. This text thus sets out the contributions of the freirian philosophy and popular education to developing s...
Education as a culture practice in the Amazon
Este artigo tem por objetivo refletir acerca de questões sobre educação e cultura na Amazônia, sob o viés antropológico e interdisciplinar. Trata-se de um estudo de cunho bibliográfico. Neste sentido, a proposta é pensar a educação e a cultura como dimensões do processo social, considerando a emergê...
Louis François and school borders: Educational itinerary by an Inspector General (1904-2002)
Inspector General of Spanishand-Geography, Louis François has strongly marked the French school system of the twentieth century. Formed by the scouting of the Patricrors of France, he sought, as a passionate supporter of active methods, to blur the boundaries between educational institutions and bet...
El brillo de una vinchita de nylon
From reviewing the relevance of including Puig in the category of "eccentric" and analyzing objections that are presented when thinking about their location in the field of Argentine literature as an institution and even in the school canon, it is passed to analyze the eccentricity as a writing spac...
Selected editions of the Americas: Samuel Glusberg before Babel
In the early decades of the 20th century, an editorial phenomenon was developed in the rioplatense area aimed at an enlarged audience that had just been alphabetical, as a result of the emergence of new technologies, which made it possible to cut costs, multiply print runs and incorporate images tha...
Resignificance of rural education since the movement of landless rural workers (MST) in Brazil, Paraná State: the case of itinerant schools
The Movement of Tra — Without Land Lowers (MST) in Brazil fights for an autonomous school education that is geared to its struggle for a People’s Agrarian Reform. Movi — Currency is in tension between autonomy and institutionalisation vis-à-vis the State. The Routing Schools are the clear expression...
Towards professionalisation of volunteering? An example in the field of popular education
The neighborhood, the community, the city : identities and spatial' disputes in the CTD Aníbal Verón
The neighborhood has been analyzed as a platform for collective action, mobilization and identity configuration in various academic productions about politicity of the popular sectors in Argentina in the last decades. Considering the category of space as a multidimensional element for co-establishin...
Literature on youth and social racism: new problematic corpus
There was no doubt that opening the school corpus to a literature for young people rooted in their time and problems could bring young people closer to reading. However, some of the texts included in the official lists, for some prize covers, reproduce without distance any prejudice which, such as t...
Social building of respect at school: A socio-educational study from the perspective of the young students
This research has as its central purpose the understanding of young students’ perspective on the links of respect that are deployed in peripheral urban secondary schools in the cities of La Plata and Posadas, Argentina. This is done by looking at their perceptions of respect in the peer-to-peer and...
Disinformation and recognition: Two new categories in today’s society
In Chasqui’s interview with Nestror García Canclini, she is concerned about consumption, technoculture, cyber culture, media, digital technology, distance education, digital literacy, the education system, culture and the popular. He concludes that the audience cannot be reduced to the city or natio...
Popular education in secular settings: the Education League and the extracurricular in the first 20th century
Synthesis on the role of the League of Education in shaping popular education, referring to two moments: the origins of the end of the nineteenth century of the creation of the peri and after-school sector, and its adaptation in the course of the twentieth century until the 1950s, when the model fel...
Forming Community benchmarks to build autonomy: Training of community leaders of social organisations on the basis of non-formal educational practices in the region The Platform Berisso-Ensenada
Since 2002 from various UNLP academic units, we have made efforts to maintain links with social organisations on the periphery of the region La Platform-Berisso-Ensenada. Based on the experience of research and advice to organisations in peripheral neighbourhoods on the basis of voluntary or other e...
Léo Lagrange and the construction of the young socialist generations: dynamics and inheritance
Léo Lagrange (1900-1940) was considered, during the People’s Front and for Postity, to be the prime “Minister for Youth”, to the point of giving rise to one of the most mobilising myths. They show how, in addition to the action taken by the young subsect of state at the Sports and Loisirs, soon to b...
Health, hygiene and education. The first maritime sanctuaries for children abroad
The study we present analyses the importance of scientific dissemination of the merits of the marine climate for the cure of various diseases for children. The practical implementation of water and marine environment was carried out through children’s sanctuaries and floating school boats. The first...
Léonie Chaptal (1873-1937), architect of the nursing profession
Leonie Chaptal is a rich heir. She has excellent training which she completes on her own initiative. From 30 to 40, she founded and led sanitary and social works in a popular and disadvantaged area of Paris. It looks at all aspects of life, from birth to death. Although feral, she lives in an offici...
More than a child. Parents’ views on the media targeting babies
Children under the age of two see visual media for much of the time, despite the recommendations of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) that children of that age should not be exposed to these media. Children’s DVDs are implicitly and explicitly marketed as educational, highlighting content are...
Seminar: Is a history of cultural democratisation and its political implementation possible?
the seminar of the History Committee of the Ministry of Culture organises, as part of its seminar, “Is a history of cultural democratisation and its political implementation possible?”, two sessions on cultural action and popular education on 20 January and 10 February 2014. Meeting of 20 January 20...
Architecture and gender: from home to public space
[ES] As a guide to the work of feminist architect Dolores Hayden, focusing on feminism and care, we put on the table part of the work carried out by Dominican architects and their contribution to gender mainstreaming in the reflection on Dominican social and popular housing and the challenges facing...