TITLE

DISCIPLINA, BIOPOÍTICA E EDUCACÇÃO: O CORPO NA ESCOLA

AUTHOR(S)
Probst, Melissa; Kraemer, Calso
PUB. DATE
July 2011
SOURCE
Poiésis;2011 Special Issue, p103
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This work has as its theme "discipline, biopolitics and education", being the imprint he and theoretical bibliographic, based on the work of Michel Foucault as well as other authors, commentators and scholars of Foucault. This article is the result of surveys conducted by the research group "Saberes de Si" and part of the dissertation entitled "body, future and education", defended in December 2010, the masters in education from the Universidade Regional de Blumenau (FURB). Taking as its basis the fact that the body is the basis of perception and organization of human life in all directions and dimensions, the objective of this work is to attract attention to the human body in the school and its place in pedagogical practices, and reflect on the ways in which, historically, disciplinary and biopolitical devices naturalized school institutions, while the mechanisms of control over the bodies.
ACCESSION #
79696916

 

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