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Title: Ciência em comunicação: estudo exploratório sobre os processos comunicacionais no Clube do Pesquisador Mirim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi
metadata.dc.creator: LOPES, Suzana Cunha
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1: COSTA, Luciana Miranda
Keywords: Processo comunicacional
Belém - PA
Pará - Estado
Amazônia brasileira
Divulgação científica
Clube do Pesquisador Mirim
Educação de base
Issue Date: 5-Jul-2013
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Pará
Citation: LOPES, Suzana Cunha. Ciência em comunicação: estudo exploratório sobre os processos comunicacionais no Clube do Pesquisador Mirim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. 2013. 268 f. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Universidade Federal do Pará, Instituto de Letras e Comunicação, Belém, 2013. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Comunicação, Cultura e Amazônia.
Abstract: The communication of science is commonly associated to the contents and media formats that contemplate the theme of science. Besides the media centrality, the conceptions and practices of communication of science are usually based on a diffusion and linear model that separates, in opposite poles, people who “have knowledge” (scientists) and the society in general. In this dissertation, however, we ask what is communicational in the relationships between science and society, that we realize to be beyond the presence of a technological apparatus, as well as it involves relationships more complex than a simple transfer of knowledge. So, we invest ourselves in order to understand the communicational dimensions of an Amazon experience developed by the Museum of Pará Emílio Goeldi: the Club of the Little Researcher. The club has the proposal to offer to the students of basic education some experiences of sharing and production of scientific knowledge, in a collaborative and interactive way. Our challenge was developing an exploratory research, by a transmethodological perspective, congregating qualitative and quantitative procedures in the construction of an object of study in the area of Communication. In this course, the analysis of the communicational processes developed and triggered by the Club happened from the constant relationship of our referential with what the empiric made us possible to observe and interpret. We work with a collaborative and dialogic methodology, through procedures of reception, that allows us to analyze the communicational processes in the Club and also analyzing it from the perception of the participant subjects on, besides experiencing the communicational dimensions in our own process of research. From a bigger discussion about science and communication, we developed the critic of the communication of science and other denominations related, which led us to work with the concept of communication of science as a process that puts in circulation practices and several conceptions, joining the functional and the normative, the positivist and the post-modern, the functionalist and the dialogic, the simple and the complex, the subject and the object, in varied measures and proportions, in immediate and infinite times. We found, in the club experience, some communicational dimensions (sharing, seduction, affection, conviction and convincing, negotiation and coexistence, appropriation, active role of the subject and incommunication), which are constituted as elements that promote the beginning and the continuity of the communicational flows of the science. So we understand that the contribution of our area to the discussion about the theme of communication of science is to reflect, evidence and problematize that the communication isn’t only in the diffusion of the results of a research, but it is inherent to the process of construction of the scientific knowledge, above all, in the contemporaneity.
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