Lidando com a distopia

O ciclo gnóstico de Freire e a Ecologia das Mídias em um mundo póspandêmico

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DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46391/ALCEU.v22.ed46.2022.282

Palavras-chave:

Pesquisa, Aprendizado, Ensino, Digital, Pandemia, Pedagogia, Distopia

Resumo

Nos últimos anos, comentaristas caracterizaram como distópicas as ocorrências sociais disruptivas e as mudanças tecnológicas. Tentando abordar e lidar com essa profusão de eventos e com as emoções e reações a eles relacionadas, este artigo explora a literatura de ecologia das mídias, o trabalho do renomado educador brasileiro Paulo Freire e outras fontes para propor algumas respostas e escolhas ao caminho futuro. Mais especificamente, este artigo define a distopia e descreve o Ciclo Gnosiológico de Freire, que compreende pesquisa ativa, aprendizagem e ensino como possíveis antídotos. O texto destaca artigos de ecologia das mídias complementares a Freire que podem ser ainda mais aproveitados. Por fim, o artigo volta-se ao Ciclo Gnosiológico de Freire para oferecer sugestões em relação ao futuro do trabalho da ecologia das mídias na contribuição da construção de um mundo pós-pandêmico.

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Biografia do Autor

Fred Cheyunski, Independente

He has his Ph.D. in Organization Development from International College, MBA and BA in Behavioral Sciences from Vanderbilt University. Now, Fred is an independent researcher and scholar whose primary residence is in Brooklyn, NY.

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2022-05-18

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Dossiê Media Ecology