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The invention of the educational world in Argentina (or how school history progressively changed society until making it a group of victimised subjects)

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Author(s): Silvia Finocchio

Journal: Práxis Educativa
ISSN 1809-4031

Volume: 5;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 69;
Date: 2010;
Original page

Keywords: História da educação | Comunidades de interpretação | Imprensa educativa | History of education | Interpretive communities | Educational press | Historia de la educación | Comunidades de interpretación | Prensa educativa

ABSTRACT
This paper presents some thoughts from a reading on the history of education in Argentina based on the country’s educational press. It argues about the different ways whereby education invents society, ranging from meanings associated to notions like civilisation and nation to the rearrangement of society as a corpus of victimised subjects. In order to support such arguments, particular attention is devoted to analysing the transformation of discursive orderings that have circulated among the public within the educational world. The concepts of interpretive communities (Fish) and communities of feelings (Appadurai) are used to discuss the messages of educational press bodies related either to the State or to social institutions and movements, from the 19th century until the present time.
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