Caminhos e (des) caminhos na educação de surdos: dareabilitação à inclusão

by Gobbi, Mirian

Abstract (Summary)
This research analyses the speeches referring to deaf people education. Thesespeeches, in their constitution, were outlined through medical and educationalunderstanding and they indicate a think way, of conceiving and acting about people withdeafness. Such speeches are based in the necessity of putting these people in the societywith the goal of improving the practices that initially were destined to rehabilitation,normalization and discipline of the deaf people; later the speeches moved out influencedby conceptions based in points that serch not only the integration of these people in thesociety, but the overcoming of the educational difficulties, expressed in thecommunications barriers and in limits in the pedagogical practices.This study analyses as the local public power in Uberlândia oriented the deafpeople educational practices and as such practices were developed in Institutions thatguided their works for attending of the deaf children, young people and adults. Fromthis moment, were built speeches that became possible to notice and see these socialpeople and the speeches also influenced straighstly in the pedagogical practices thatwere destined to rehabilitate and to normalize the deaf people and later include themeducational and socially.The investigation also observes the experiences of a deaf group and searches tounderstand the senses they attribute at their social relations, as deaf people as listenerpeople, the identification with the pairs, at the interest, at the dreams and at theperspectives that revealed a specific way of living of one deaf group in Uberlândia.
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Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Maria de Fátima Ramos de Almeida; Carlos Henrique de Carvalho; Cristina Broglia Feitosa de Lacerda

School:Universidade Federal de Uberlândia

School Location:Brazil

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:Disciplinarização Deaf people education Educational inclusion Discipline Rehabilitation Normalization identity


Date of Publication:10/26/2006

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