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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2012.tde-30102012-111718
Document
Author
Full name
Rosemberg Aparecido Lopes Ferracini
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2012
Supervisor
Committee
Castellar, Sonia Maria Vanzella (President)
Alves, Gloria da Anunciacao
Callai, Helena Copetti
Munanga, Kabengele
Silva, Vivian Batista da
Title in Portuguese
A África e suas representações no(s) livro(s) escolar(es) de Geografia no Brasil - 1890-2003
Keywords in Portuguese
África
Ensino
Geografia humana
Livro didático
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente estudo analisa o conteúdo relativo ao continente africano no livro escolar. O recorte temporal abrange desde a introdução de conteúdos sobre a África nos manuais de Geografia, em 1890, pela reforma educacional Benjamin Constant, até a implementação da obrigatoriedade desse conteúdo no currículo básico em 2003, com a Lei nº 10.639/03. A análise está dividida em quatro partes, abordando um livro didático por período, priorizando aqueles que atingiram um maior número de alunos, segundo o Ministério da Educação (MEC). Nosso objetivo foi debater a forma como esse continente foi tratado pela Geografia escolar presente do livro didático. Nossa hipótese de trabalho é a de que o conteúdo sobre a África é tratado nos livros didáticos com um enfoque de dominação territorial de caráter colonial imperialista.
Title in English
Africa and its representations in Geography textbook in Brazil - 1890-2003
Keywords in English
Africa
Education
Geography human
Textbook
Abstract in English
The present study analyzes the content on the African continent in the textbook. The time frame covers from the introduction of the content, about Africa in the manuals of Geography in 1890 by Benjamin Constant education reform, through the implementation of the mandatory content of the basic curriculum, in 2003 with the Law No. 10.639/03. The analysis is divided into four parts, addressing a textbook per period, prioritizing those who have attained a greater number of students according to the Ministry of Education (MEC). Our goal was to discuss how this continent was treated by the present school Geography textbook. Our working hypothesis is that the content about Africa is treated in textbooks with a focus on territorial domination of the imperialist colonial character.
 
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Publishing Date
2012-10-30
 
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