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Title: Ciclo de política curricular do estado do Pará (2008-2012): a enunciação discursiva sobre relações “raciais”
metadata.dc.creator: SANTOS, Raquel Amorim dos
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1: COELHO, Wilma de Nazaré Baía
Keywords: Relações raciais
Educação e Estado
Ensino básico
Pará - Estado
Amazônia brasileira
Issue Date: 22-Aug-2014
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Pará
Citation: SANTOS, Raquel Amorim dos. Ciclo de política curricular do estado do Pará (2008-2012): a enunciação discursiva sobre relações “raciais”. 2014. 272 f. Tese (Doutorado) - Universidade Federal do Pará, Instituto de Ciências da Educação, Belém, 2014. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Educação.
Abstract: This study analyzes the discursive statements cycle of curriculum Pará State Policy on relations "race" from 2008 to 2012, from the approach of the policy cycle, proposed by Stephen Ball. In this analysis, is focused production policies in the context of influence, production context of political texts and practice context. The theoretical and methodological framework that supports the analysis of the socio-historical theory and dialogical language based on Bakhtin (2010, 2011), cycle approach of authoritative policies by the theories of Ball et al (1992) for studies on Relations "race" we left the concepts of Guimarães (1999, 2002, 2008) and Rabbit (2009) on race. And on social relations in the educational field, we use the conceptual notions of field and habitus in Bourdieu (2008, 2009, 2010). The study is a qualitative approach (FLICK, 2004). We used as data collection sources oral and written documents, among which: Articles, Theses and Dissertations on Relations "Race" and Policy Course conducted in two national databases and international: a) ANPED (GT-21); b) CAPES site / PPGE; c) Ford Foundation. Publications: a) Basic Education Policy Pará State, especially the axis of Curriculum Policy; b) I State Conference on Education: Diagnostics, guidelines, objectives and targets approved; c) Basic Education in Para: elements of a democratic educational policy and quality Pará all (vol I and II) and semi-structured interviews with fourteen social workers working in the SEDUC, USE and schools of the State Public Network, which participated in the Curriculum Policy Pará State. The data were analyzed by analysis of enunciative-discursive process based on Bakhtin (2010, 2011). From the analysis of the discursive articulation of curriculum policy cycle Pará State on relations "racial" and interpenetration of discourse between the contexts of influence, context definition of political texts and practice context the study results show that different statements produced in various contexts are marked by hybridization speeches, the result of recontextualization processes. It is inferred that the curriculum policy of the State of Pará is presented in interrelationships between multiple contexts in the policy cycle (Ball, et al, 1992). Despite the continuous nature and not hierarchical policies, the joint macro- and micro advance regarding estadocêntricas approaches and policy recontextualization process that occurs in the context of practice, the study concludes that the curriculum policy Pará State exists as a political State, exists as an educational policy. However, the feasibility of this State and educational policy in the school regarding the "racial" relations, it does not occur due to the weakening of cultural and theoretical competence of social agent who must implement it. The weakening is in implementing this policy in the context of practice. There is a problem between what is projected and what is practical, which helps to assign the social reality dissemination and ratification of racism and discrimination in different areas that make up the curriculum policy.
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