'Foi tudo por nos termos mudado para o Texas': Desenvolvendo o Sentido de Lugar através de Literatura Locativa entre Raparigas Latinas Norte-Americanas

  • Claudia Cristina da Silva Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute
  • Valentina Nisi Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute
  • Joseph Straubhaar The University of Texas at Austin - Radio, Television and Film Department
Palavras-chave: média locativos, literatura locativa, narração, crianças, adolescentes, Latinas norte-americanas, Latinitas, lugar

Resumo

Este estudo mostra como crianças e adolescentes latinas em Austin, Texas, EUA, podem desenvolver um sentido de lugar e pertença através da compreensão e elaboração de literatura locativa. Este trabalho apresenta os resultados de um estudo de campo em que foi dada formação sobre narrativas locativas e média locativos em duas ocasiões diferentes. Primeiro, realizou-se uma oficina de quatro dias no contexto de um acampamento de verão com crianças realizado por uma organização sem fins lucrativos chamada Latinitas, com sede em Austin. Num segundo momento, foi dada formação no contexto de um programa extracurricular no segundo ciclo do ensino básico, também pela Latinitas, para meninas com idades entre 11 e 13 anos, em cinco sessões, distribuídas ao longo de cinco semanas. Os resultados deste estudo indicam que o processo de criação de narrativas enraizadas no conceito de lugar ajudou os participantes a refletir sobre o local onde vivem, a sua localidade e a sua identidade.

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Publicado
2018-08-10
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Secção Temática | Thematic Section