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|Title:||The Contribution Of Discourse Analysis To Public Policy On Environmental Education|
Andrea Quirino; Lagazzi
|Abstract:||This article uses the materialistic conception of the Discourse Analysis as a theoretical and methodological perspective, based on authors such as Michel Pecheux, Louis Althusser and Eni Orlandi, who are the authors that make up the conceptual framework of this field. The main goal of this article is to seek historicity and significance in federal documents of public policy for Environmental Education, thus bringing the discourse analysis to contribute to the area of environmental knowledge and education. The documents analyzed are the Treaty of Environmental Education for Sustainable Societies and Global Responsibility, the National Environmental Education Program (ProNEA), and the Environmental Educator Training Program: for an educated Brazil and educating for environmental sustainability (ProFEA). We have tried to give visibility to the pre-built and production conditions that sustain these discourses, and finished our work pointing out which materialistic notions can contribute to the discussion and appropriation of public policy documents on environmental education for groups that relate to this policy. Major brands and regularities found dealing with freedom and autonomy, and the contributions made relate to the notion of decentralization of the subject to understand how the discursive process takes place and its effects on production of subjectivity so as to affirm that the subject is not the source of his own speech.|
Public Policy On Environmental Education
|Editor:||Univ Federal Minas Gerais, Fac Letras|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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