TITLE

Cidadania e Identidade: uma reflexão transnacional(Estudo de caso entre a Polónia e Portugal)

AUTHOR(S)
Leal, Anna Kosmider; Mendes, Mafalda
PUB. DATE
January 2011
SOURCE
Antropológicas;2011, Vol. 12, p74
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
To talk about education in school context is to talk about the milieu where the identity of the young generations is being built. School will thus act as a catalizer of the physical, social, familiar and cultural environment where the teenagers are immersed: it processes values, ideas and simultaneously reflects and influences the construction of the individual's identity. But, what constitutes these "identities"? Are they merely a reflection of the surrounding social and cultural milieu or do they change from generation to generation and according to one's nationality? Our reflections in this article aim at clarifying these pertinent questions once it is innate to any human being the feeling of belonging to groups and spaces. Our analysis will be based on student population of two European countries within the European Union: Poland and Portugal.
ACCESSION #
87654447

 

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