Professora cantante, artista mulher: um diálogo entre feminismo, música e educação
Rocha, Karina Paiva
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This research aimed to understand the project called Girls Rock Camp Brasil, which is a camp developed with girls between 7 and 17 years old in the city of Sorocaba, in the interior of São Paulo, knowing its contributions to the education of girls. The interest in this theme was born from the author's interest, as a Pedagogy student and singer, in creating interfaces between the fields of Education and Music, having the culture of feminism as an idea that permeates both, with values of equality and respect. Considering that the research addresses bibliographic analysis of non-formal education, music and feminism, its theoretical foundation sought to handle these matters. It had as main authors: Silva e Costa (2018), Alves e Pitanguy (1981), Beck e Guizzo (2003) and Brandão (1981) to understand feminism; Perosa (2006), Sapaterra (2012), Pimenta e França (2013) and Uriarte (2004) to understand how the education of girls happened and the music’s role in the Brazilian context; lastly, for reflecting about the music’s contribution to the transformation of society, including to feminism and to female emancipation, Vanda Bellard Freire (2010), Borges e Paz (2015), Sossmeier e Parizotto (2013), Saraiva (2013), Martins (2013), Araújo e Monastérios (2011), Gelain e Amaral (2017), Ribeiro et al. (2012) and Facchini (2011) were used. The results confirm that the camping promotes a field for reflection and transformation of the girls, allowing a fortification of their self-esteem, empowerment, as well as a greater union between them. In addition, it reveals that the camping helps the school environment where the girls are inserted, by collaborating with ideas of breaking the culture of sexism and encouraging mutual respect between boys and girls.
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