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Título: O ensino do Design de Moda em Portugal : contribuição para uma análise crítica da educação para a sustentabilidade
Autor: Teodoro, Joana de Oliveira, 1978-
Orientador: Queiroz, João Paulo, 1966-
Palavras-chave: Ensino artístico - Portugal
Design de moda - História - Portugal
Sustentabilidade
Educação artística
Data de Defesa: 29-Jan-2014
Resumo: This research seeks to understand the interactions between the teaching of Fashion Design and the emergence of the paradigm of sustainability. It aims to contribute to a critical analysis of the discipline of Fashion Design and the social function of the designer. The theoretical framework is developed in three research areas: Sustainability, Fashion Design and Education Sciences. Resulting from a complex growth of the modern society, the area of Fashion Design reached a distinguished place in cultural development, in the industrial structure and in economy. In this context, sustainability is understood as a dynamic paradigm, which is based in three fundamental axes – socially fair, economically prosperous, and environmentally responsible. As a consequence of neoliberal confrontation, it raises with the objective of aiding the planning (methods and subjects) and the attitude (values and practices). This research has three phases: the first consists of a theoretical revision of key concepts and how they are integrated in different contexts; the second, a documental analyses of the narrative and current practices observed in Portugal (objectives, plan of studies, amongst others); and the third, interviewing directors of university programs, in order to complement theoretical with empirical research. In Portugal’s higher education systems, Fashion Design has been integrated in the areas of Design, Fine Arts and Textile Engineering. The first bachelor’s degree in Fashion Design is created in 1992, included in Lisbon University’s School of Architecture. Today, there are five of these degrees in the whole country, distributed between Universities and Polytechnic Institutes. In the teaching of Fashion Design in Portugal, sustainability is seen in two ways: the first, as a process orthogonal to all stages of Fashion Design, with an integrated curriculum and with the dissemination of values in accordance with the axes of sustainability; another, as a branch within the more conventional fashion system, more associated with Design practices
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/12184
Designação: Tese de mestrado, Educação artística, Universidade de Lisboa, Faculdade de Belas Artes, 2014
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