TITLE

ESTUDOS EM CULTURA ESCRITA E ESCOLARIZAÇÃO: UMA PROPOSIÇÃO DE SIMPÓSIO ENTRE IDEÁRIOS TEÓRICOS DE BASE HISTÓRICO-CULTURAL NA BUSCA DE CAMINHOS METODOLÓGICOS PARA PESQUISAS EM LINGUÍSTICA APLICADA

AUTHOR(S)
Cerutti-Rizzatti, Mary Elizabeth; Mossmann, Suziane; da Silva Irigoite, Josa Coelho
PUB. DATE
January 2013
SOURCE
Fórum Lingüístico;Jan-Mar2013, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p48
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article focuses on the design of analytical methodological path for studies in the field of literacy and mother tongue teaching and learning practices. We aim to propose this design from a conceptual symposium between ideas of cultural and historical basis. We work with vigotskian, bakhtinian and literacies studies concepts, and we propose an interaction diagram, resignifying Hamilton (2000) analytical referrals. This diagram serves for analytical processes in research on the written culture. We are searching analytical paths to studies based on these three theories, which in their constructs don't contain this kind of information due to their particularities that constitute them as science or as literature.
ACCESSION #
90546969

 

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