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|Title:||Diário de um pesquisador : jovens pobres em devir na (in)visibilidade da formação profissional|
|Keywords:||Ensino profissional; Formação profissional; Jovens pobres; Educação; Trabalho; Política educacional; Pesquisa; Intervenção; Brasil; Juventude; Poor youngsters; Vocational training; Becoming|
|Abstract:||The present work discusses a report on poor youngsters registered in a vocational training experience at Army Communication School (EsCom) and on the Project Rio Criança Cidadã (PRCC) Child Citizenship in charge of this training. We felt that we could produce a new way of knowing, of doing research, in which a sensitive approach would enable us to think together with youngsters, intertwined by so many stories, by flows, by life in its diversity. A way of doing research that would produce meanings in possible itineraries of experimentation, in which various interlocutors and their potent ideas were fundamental for us to think about labour time, particularly vocational training; and for us to produce multiple meanings with youngsters in connection with their insertion in a vocational experience, evidencing the diversity of these youngsters. This thesis describes our inventions, creations, attempts to produce dialogues with youngsters in which another manner of producing knowledge would also enable us to speak about our implication as researchers. The field book, one of Institutional Analysis tools, by registering the dense daily life of youngsters, enabled us to record the memory of so many lives, not only ours, of educators and those in charge of the project. To perform a research implied with other manner of knowing was the expression of ruptures, intensities, decentring, about the knowing and making of psychology and education, and which constituted us as the research was carried out. The production of knowledge occurred when we attempted to deconstruct knowledges and practices which youngsters experimented in the project, aimed to potentialize multiple meanings on the basis of dialogue, experience and the potent meeetings with them. From the perspective of those submitted to intervention, the feeling of belonging ( filiação ) for youngsters meant a transitory passage until they found a job in the formal labour market or even a military career. Some accurately described the ideal profile of a military (soldier): to have good education and behaviour and a qualification. Certainly we carried out a work in which a mode of experimenting, from different angles, during the course of the research, led us to ever new paths, of an extremely diverse and multiple life in view of the EsCom, which, owing to its rigid discipline, meant a monolithic space of juvenile experience.|
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