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Title: Diffusion-reception Networks of Pedagogical Knowledge: The Circulation of John Dewey’s Educational Discourse in the Luso-Afro-Brasilian Space
Author: Madeira, Ana Isabel
Keywords: Educação Comparada
História da educação
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: Routledge International Studies in the Philosophy of Education
Citation: Madeira, Ana Isabel (2011). Diffusion-reception Networks of Pedagogical Knowledge: The Circulation of John Dewey’s Educational Discourse in the Luso-Afro-Brasilian Space. In The Global reception of John Dewey’s Thought: Multiple Refractions Through Time and Space, Joffré, Rosa-Bruno & Schriewer, Juergen, Eds., New York and London: Routledge, pp.149-169
Abstract: This chapter addresses the question of the appropriation of John Dewey’s pedagogical ideas in its relation to the study of communication networks and the thesis of diffusion-reception of educational knowledge in the luso-afro-brazilian space. It aims at the analysis of the interactions that took place between the Portuguese movement known as “Escola Nova”, the Brazilian “Escolanovismo” and the construction of colonial educational systems, in the early decades of the XX century. It tries to assess the results of projects undertaken during the last decade by Portuguese, African and Brazilian researchers in the field of educational history in comparative perspective. It tries to set development axis for comparative-history research in the lusophone space by identifying the educational transfers between Portugal, Africa and Brazil. It aims at clarifying John Dewey’s contribution towards the establishment of specialized educational knowledge.
Peer review: yes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10451/7212
ISSN: 978-0-415-89888-1
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