O Orçamento Participativo de Fortaleza: é possível uma pedagogia da participação popular?

CAMARÃO, Virna do Carmo. O Orçamento Participativo de Fortaleza: é possível uma pedagogia da participação popular? 2011. 195f. – Tese (Doutorado) – Universidade Federal do Ceará, Programa de Pós-graduação em Sociologia, Fortaleza (CE), 2011.

Nível de Acesso:openAccess
Publication Date:2011
Main Author: Camarão, Virna do Carmo
Orientador/a: Gondim, Linda Maria de Pontes
Format: Tese
Published: www.teses.ufc.br
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Online Access:http://www.repositorio.ufc.br/handle/riufc/6289
Citação:Camarão, V. C.; Gondim, L. M. P. (2011)
Resumo Português:This thesis aims to investigate the phenomenon of popular participation in the Participative Budget (PB) of Fortaleza as a pedagogical process. The pedagogy is understood as an establishing process, able to mobilize new socio-political imaginary. This bias includes the theoretical and conceptual contributions of Castoriadis and Paulo Freire. In this work, we conducted a case study limited to the first four years (2005 - 2008) of the implantation of PB in Fortaleza. The PB is part of a participatory-democratic project, based on a perspective of democracy whose principles of popular deliberation, social control, autonomy, etc., hold on the popular empowerment. In this way, the aim of this thesis had a focus on the subject (individual and collective) and on the possibilities of this to develop a way of to exist collectively. Participation does not include individual learnings, but that which give between individuals, therefrom the central category to be "pedagogy of participation". This terms cover a number of other subcategories (collective eidos, dialogical knowledge, pedagogical time, public domain of knowledge) that are guiding the investigative process. The research results revel the PB of Fortaleza as an institution able of to establish tensions with a socio-political imaginary already established, but these tensions did not breaks with traditional ways of doing politics (territoriality, administrative time, knowledge epistemic, etc..), making impossible the formation of a collective.