FROM BOURDIEU’S MASTER MASON TO MASON’S STREET: HABITUS AND RIGHTS TO UNIVERSITY IN BRAZIL
Keywords:revolution in education, effect of place, periphery, habitus, universityless
The article explores the historical relationship between the effect of place and evidence of change in the issue of the right to university in Brazil. It goes to the concept and to the social practice in two steps. The objective is to show the relevance of the notion of habitus for studies in education, to drink from the source of this conceptual game in Pierre Bourdieu, to perceive this notion together with the notion of the effect of place, in comparative terms, either for the French periphery or for the Brazilian periphery, in the search for an understanding of signs of educational change in Brazil, through the struggle of brand new social agents for the right to the university on the margins of the educational field. The methodology uses a conceptual study, the evidential paradigm, the analysis of a sample of documents in a popular pre-college course and the derivation of logical operators for the relevant change in education at the margin of the educational field. The conclusion is the perception of the emergence of a revolution in education in Brazil, which springs from the ground of the periphery, the ground of pain, as a cry and as a social practice inscribed in bodies, sheltered in people's daily lives, a cry that would change the face of the Brazilian university, while questioning ingrained stigmas such as doxa.
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