By Danilo R. Streck
A brand new Social agreement in a Latin American schooling Context is devoted to what has turn into often called “perspective of the South:” realizing the South no longer as a geographical reference yet as a vindication of the lifestyles of the way of realizing and of residing which fight for his or her survival and for a sound position in a global the place the dignity for distinction is balanced with the ideal for equality. The metaphor of the recent social agreement stands for the will to ascertain one other international, which sarcastically can't yet spring out of the entrails of the present one. may well a similar agreement lower than which the colonial orders have been erected function a device for decolonizing relatives, wisdom, and gear? hence, what sort of schooling might successfully aid constitution a brand new social agreement? those are many of the questions Streck addresses.
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As indicated in the subtitle, this reflection will take place within the perspective of popular education, a pedagogical movement constructed in Latin America during the second half of the past century and that has within its characteristics: (a) the fact that it is rooted in the concrete struggles of the people; (b) the clear assumption that it is a transforming political activity in favor of justice and equality; (c) the aim of being developed through a methodology based on dialogue and conscientização.
A New Social Contract in a Latin American Education Context (Palgrave Macmillan's Postcolonial Studies in Education) by Danilo R. Streck