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Schools as seen by women of three different generations from Mexico and Colombia

dc.contributor.authorIbarra Uribea, Luz Marina
dc.contributor.authorPiña Osorio, Juan Manuel
dc.date.accessioned2019-09-19T16:00:35Z
dc.date.available2019-09-19T16:00:35Z
dc.date.issued2019-07
dc.identifier.issn0214-8560
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12466/127
dc.description.abstractEl artículo presenta hallazgos de una investigación sobre la percepción que de la escuela, su función y quehacer tienen triadas familiares de hombres y mujeres de dos países latinoamericanos. Para este trabajo se seleccionaron dos triadas de mujeres (abuelas, madres y nietas), una colombiana y otra mexicana, con el objetivo de recuperar, a través de narrativas, lo que representó y representa para ellas y sus familias su paso por la escuela; así como identificar las continuidades, cambios y rupturas experimentadas por dichas generaciones. Uno de los hallazgos importantes es la relevancia que le confieren al hecho de haber estudiado en escuelas privadas de corte confesional católico, por la oportunidad de aprender y formarse dentro de valores, hábitos y disciplinas que resultan tanto o más importantes en su formación que los propios conocimientos disciplinares. Se encontraron en los relatos sentimientos positivos respecto a los logros educativos personales y de la familia. Asomaron en los testimonios emociones como orgullo, satisfacción y alegría por asistir a la escuela, y en el caso de las mujeres que no concluyeron sus estudios, arrepentimiento y frustración.es
dc.description.abstractThis article presents findings about the perception of school, its function and purpose according to family triads of men and women from two Latin American countries. For this work, we used two triads of women (grandmothers, mothers and granddaughters), one of them Colombian and the other Mexican, with the purpose of discovering, through their narrative, what their time at school represented and still represents for them, while also identifying continuities, changes and ruptures experimented by the aforementioned generations. One of the most important findings is the worth they give to the fact of having studied in private Catholic schools, and to the opportunity of learning and having an education in values, habits and discipline, three elements which are just as important or even more important for their education than the academic contents themselves. In their findings, we found positive feelings regarding their individual and family educational achievements. We also found feelings of pride, satisfaction and joy for having gone to school, and in the case of the women who didn’t finish their studies, regret and frustration.en
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dc.rightsAttribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 Internacional*
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dc.titleLa escuela vista por mujeres de tres generaciones de México y Colombiaes
dc.titleSchools as seen by women of three different generations from Mexico and Colombiaen
dc.typearticlees
dc.description.disciplineEducaciónes
dc.issue.number55es
dc.journal.titleEdetaniaes
dc.page.initial131es
dc.page.final154es
dc.rights.accessRightsopenAccesses
dc.subject.keywordEducaciónes
dc.subject.keywordFamilia y escuelaes
dc.subject.keywordEducationen
dc.subject.keywordFamily and schoolen
dc.subject.unesco5312.04 Educaciónes


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