Bourdieu e a pesquisa educacional:

ferramentas de pensamento, pensamento relacional, para além da inocência epistemológica

Autores

  • Shaun Rawolle Deakin University, Autrália
  • Bob Lingard Australian Catholic University, Autrália

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.28998/lte.2023.n.2.16116

Palavras-chave:

Pierre Bourdieu, Educação, Teoria, Metodologia

Resumo

Este artigo aborda, por meio de uma revisão de literatura, a obra teórica de Pierre Bourdieu e seu impacto na pesquisa em educação. Exploram-se várias maneiras pelas quais o trabalho de Bourdieu se relaciona com a pesquisa educacional, com ênfase em sua relevância para pesquisadores na área. Além disso, é examinada a adaptação da obra de Bourdieu em diferentes contextos nacionais e históricos, levando em consideração como aspectos específicos de sua teoria podem ser aplicados em pesquisas educacionais locais e regionais. Três aspectos centrais do trabalho de Bourdieu são considerados. Primeiramente, há uma análise de sua pesquisa empírica em casos específicos, com foco na educação e sua contribuição para a compreensão da reprodução e mudança nas sociedades. Em segundo lugar, são investigados o desenvolvimento gradual de suas ferramentas conceituais ao longo de sua carreira. Por fim, são explorados os recursos teóricos desenvolvidos por Bourdieu, que moldaram abordagens metodológicas e epistemológicas na pesquisa do mundo social. Ressalta-se também a reflexividade na obra de Bourdieu, sua capacidade de revisitar e reinterpretar focos anteriores, e sua relevância para analisar o poder, especialmente seus aspectos simbólicos, contribuindo para a compreensão das dinâmicas de reprodução social e cultural na educação.

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2023-08-21

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RAWOLLE, Shaun; LINGARD, Bob. Bourdieu e a pesquisa educacional: : ferramentas de pensamento, pensamento relacional, para além da inocência epistemológica. Latitude, Maceió-AL, Brasil, v. 17, n. 2, p. 1–31, 2023. DOI: 10.28998/lte.2023.n.2.16116. Disponível em: https://www.seer.ufal.br/index.php/latitude/article/view/16116. Acesso em: 21 abr. 2024.

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