Role of incubators for the promotion of popular education: a systematic literature review

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Title Role of incubators for the promotion of popular education: a systematic literature review
O papel das incubadoras sociais para a promoção da educação popular: uma revisão sistemática de literatura
 
Creator Riedo, Ijean Gomes
 
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Geração trabalho e renda; Gênero e Economia Solidária
Incubadora social. Educação popular. Revisão sistemática. Economia solidária.
 
Description The technological incubators of social and solidarity companies are spaces of socialization of the knowledge produced between teaching-research-extension in the Brazilian universities. These incubators have as principle an improvement in the quality of life of people in situations of social vulnerability. The purpose of this article is how social incubators contribute to the transformative qualifications of social groups - such as popular education or a solidarity economy. The study had as methodology a systematic, descriptive, exploratory and qualitative review approach, based on a bibliographic review in the Scielo and Emerald database. We have collected 48 articles. It stands out in the results that are not articles with interfaces in the two themes (social incubators and popular education). Traditionally, it is a solidarity economy and a fundamental object of an educational process, based on popular education. Communities are not practices of regional political-social development
As incubadoras tecnológicas de empreendimentos sociais e solidários são espaços de socialização dos conhecimentos produzidos entre o ensino-pesquisa-extensão nas universidades brasileiras. Estas incubadoras tem como princípio a melhoria da qualidade de vida de pessoas em situação de vulnerabilidade social. O objetivo deste artigo é compreender como as incubadoras sociais contribuem para as qualificações transformadoras de grupos sociais – como a educação popular ou a economia solidária. O estudo teve como metodologia a abordagem de revisão sistemática, descritiva, exploratória e qualitativa, a partir de uma revisão bibliográfica na base de dados Scielo e Emerald. Foram coletados 48 artigos. Destaca-se nos resultados que não houve artigos com interfaces nas duas temáticas (incubadoras sociais e educação popular). Entretanto como discussões, a economia solidária é explicitamente o objeto fundamental de um processo educativo, pautado pela educação popular. As interconexões das pessoas no ambiente das incubadoras sociais vêm desvendando noções práticas de desenvolvimento político-social regional.
 
Publisher Universidade Federal da Grande Dourados (UFGD)
 
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Date 2019-12-19
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
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Identifier https://ojs.ufgd.edu.br/index.php/realizacao/article/view/9266
10.30612/re-ufgd.v6i12.9266
 
Source RealizAção; v. 6, n. 12 (2019); 64-79
RealizAção; v. 6, n. 12 (2019); 64-79
2358-3401
 
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Relation https://ojs.ufgd.edu.br/index.php/realizacao/article/view/9266/5478
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